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Part became unattached.

In a PSC 2410 one of the parts is a plastic strip 16" long and 3/16" wide. One end attaches to a mechanism that protrudes from the right inner wall of the machine (viewed from the front). That end of the strip has a small rectangular ****. The strip became unattached while fixing a paper jam and we have no idea where the other end attaches. The second end of the strip has a small hole in it. How do we fix this?

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It goes through the ink cart carrier and hooks onto to the frame of the print mechanism.

Clean it with soapy water before installing

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