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After silver cover is removed, a black plastic piece remains. When I try to pull this out, a surrounding piece of metal on the outside also stats to come out. Should this happen or should the black plastic piece slide out from the surrounding metal shealth? how much force do I use to remove it so I can attach new knobs. Have checked suggested website but it would not open. Thanks, Anne

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