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Two small tubular sleeves

I took the cage and main cabinet apart to get at the wick.. Two small metal sleeves fell on the floor. they are a zinc/brassy color and i don't know where they go for re-assembly. the owners manual doesn't mention them. thanks for the help.

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The two sleeves go between the cage ends thus creating a "connection", and covering the ends of the two parts of the cage (stick the sleeves on one side, then insert the end on the other side of the cage).Make sense?

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