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My kota triceratops head won't rise, missing spring?

My kota triceratops sings, moves, and blinks, so does what it should, however the head does this all facing downwards, it never rises, though moves side to side. When I lift it manually it works. so nothings blocking it.Im not sure if there is a spring/coil or gear that isn't working or there anymore. Does anyone know what makes the head rise?Thank you

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