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  The pin that goes through the top arm and holds attachments on has been inserted upside down by my 10 year old.  I only got this $500 machine today and now I can't use it because the pin will not come out.  It is not tight it slides freely until it catches on the notch.   I don't think a repair involving hammers or oil will fix this. Help!

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