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Cant the handle bars on the bike ,,,not sure if the cyclindrical bar come off? screw appears to be on top, just does not turn...or am i supposed to prey open the handle bar attachment and then aqueeze it tight ?? this would be on the 26 inch ladies bike

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Don't pry it, just loosen it up and spray wd40 lube then let it lay on it's side to work the lube in. If it doesn't work use a rubber mallet and give it a few whacks on the bolt, this might break to hold from the handle bars. If it still doesn't work use a cold shot spray found in electronics store and let the aluminum contract from freezing it.

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