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S catch i have taken the top part of handle off, removed the screws under hose wrap, and layed the bottom part of handle down, i cannot find the s catch, can you tell me exactly where it is and what it looks like. i have looked all over this thing. thanks randy the model # is 8905

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Just pull where I marked, it should come loose.

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