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HC900 really. I'm trying to reassemble the blades, but the ridge (triangular profile rod, looks like hard rubber) that fits the groove on the bottom blade is spring-loaded, and I can't keep it down to fit the top blade on. How do I hold the ridge down, fit the bottom blade on AND fit the top blade long enough to tighten the screws?

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You have something in the wrong place. The blades should lay against each other.

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