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Toro Lawn Mower side discharge spring

How do you attach the side discharge spring that holds the side discharge door down? It came detached and I can't figure out how to place the spring where it holds the door tightly down. So you can attach the side discharge chute and it will stay tightly secure. I've searched everywhere.

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