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THE LEG AND COTTER PIN CAME APART FROM THE CENTER SPROCKET

THE PIN HOLDING THE LEG INTO THE CENTER SPROCKET CAME OUT. HOW DO I GET IT BACK TOGETHER?

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  • paul182 Apr 15, 2014

    i FIXED THIS MYSELF. i HAD TO HOT GLUE THE PINS INTO THE TUBES, AND UNSCREW THE BOTTOM PLATE, THEN TURN THE TUBES 90 DEGREES PUSH DOWN INTO THE SLOT AND ROTATE BACK 90 DEGREES. NOT EASY BUT IT WORKS. THEN SCREW THE PLATE BACK ON.

  • RJ Hall Jun 20, 2015

    @Paul182: Brilliant! THANK YOU!!

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From Paul182 himself: I FIXED THIS MYSELF. i HAD TO HOT GLUE THE PINS INTO THE TUBES, AND UNSCREW THE BOTTOM PLATE, THEN TURN THE TUBES 90 DEGREES PUSH DOWN INTO THE SLOT AND ROTATE BACK 90 DEGREES. NOT EASY BUT IT WORKS. THEN SCREW THE PLATE BACK ON.

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