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Remove the batteries first. Then you can remove the screws from the back and gently separate the two halves and readjust the button. You can also see if something sticky got into the button hole and is preventing free movement. A little rubbing alcohol on a q-tip and **** that button hole will clean that right up. Do this on a table with plenty of room so you don't lose any pieces.
Posted on Mar 23, 2011
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