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Where does the "w" shaped spring mechanism go in the B&D handle?

I opened up my b&D electric heldgetrimmer and the "W" shaped spring mechanism popped out. I am not sure where this goes now. Can you help? It has something to do with the push button, but it is real had to tell where it goes. Is there a manual for B&D trimmers out there? I just need a diagram.

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Nothing can be done from the interior of the Montero. The license plate holder will need to be removed carefully using a screwdriver.
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There a re 4 tabs that need to pop out. All you need to do is pop them out. Do not force the plate holder to separate away too much from the door or the retainer (marked by red arrow) would break off. When you get the 4 tabs to pop out, slide the entire plate holder up to remove from the retainer. You do not need to detach the lamp wiring. Just move the plate holder to the right
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The white tab from the handle that goes in the hole normally is being pushed up by a spring activated rod that sits horizontally against it. That spring gets rusted over time.
You will need a stiff wire, about 8"-10" in length.  A wire hanger worked well for me. Bend approx. 1/2" of one end, just as pictured below.
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Put the hook though the hole and move the rod mentioned earlier up and down to loosen up it's spring. This rod is not easily visible. You basically just need to assume where it is after understanding the mechanics of the handle movement. It may take some time but be patient. You will see that you are getting somewhere when the handle starts moving back down to its normal position. Keep working on it 'till it's totally back where it should be. And when it is, lubricate it some more.
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Heads up. There were many times that I thought I wasn't gonna be able to fix it and wanted to just put everything back and live with an inoperable back door. But I decided to stay with it and it paid up.
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It would be nice to know if the time spent posting this information have helped anybody. Feel free to e-mail me and let me know!
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