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Intel heat sink installation pin problem

The black pin inside the white plastic is stuck in the installed position. How do I retract it? So thwat I can re install the heat sink. Intel Cor 2 Duo

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800-404-2284 / 916-377-7000
this is the number for the main tec support they might be able to help

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