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SOURCE: cant find right size allen wrench to tighten handle

I have the same problem. The screw under the cap fit loosely with Alan key, either one size down is loose or one size up is too small and doesn't fit the key. I used smaller Alan key to tighten the loose and damaged the screw hole, now I have new handle but can't unscrew the stupid thing.

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