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Drive pin stays down.i have replaced o rings and cleaned.

Drivepin
I have repaired

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Hi,
Your nose is bent. You have to buy the whole cylinder sleeve and also a new lower probe.
It`ll run you about $130 in parts.
Fell free to ask any questions.

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