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Hey, figured mine out, you have to take off the front right plastic molding, and the piece that creates the track, then inside there is the scoop Rednax was talking about. Mine wasn't loose, it was busted clean off at the plastic mount, so since that plastic shaft was hollow, I bought a metal dowel that fit tightly in the shaft and some loctite plastic glue and stuck it all back together and hoped for the best, since I don't know how to weld plastic. thats been about 2 weeks ago, and I do daycare and its still together so I'm calling it a successful fix. Those 2 parts don't come out easily though, they are a major pain in the rear to get out, but you just gotta yank and pull and pry to get them out. Its a much bigger hassle to get them all back in place!
Posted on Aug 23, 2011
I've got the same problem though i bought mine secondhand for 50 euro so i had no problem openinhg it up. There's a little scoop that lifts the ball from the gutter into position to be launched. This little scoop is not very well made end teands to get loose with wear. I've stuck some foam on mine and it works again (for now). Would you happen to have a (strategy) manual for it? It didn't come with mine..
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