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I want to replace the ball bearings on my Pixie. I have removed the machine from the base, removed the far-right nut on the shaft. Do I need to remove the 4 fasteners holding the plastic housing to the shaft? If so, how do I do that? I've tried a square-end screw driver; it grips on 3 of the 4 fasteners, but does not turn. I don't want to break anything. What do I do next?

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You need to loosen the screws with an extra long allen wrench.

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