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Have loosened the screw holding the black fabric tray in place not realising it holds the piston that is part of the folding mechanism in place, now its not in place? How do I get the piston back in place to screw the nut back?

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The product would need to be sent to the engineers for them to provide full inspection & repair of this.

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