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  • torytales Aug 14, 2008

    Much thanks for the quick response. Why do these things always happen at the least opportune times?! And the chapstick...my daughter can be thankful that's all she has to replace!!!

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Shouldn't hurt anything... but if it gets dislodged and makes its way into the blower.. will make a racket.. If you can see it.. you should be able to extract it with a vacuum cleaner hose of coat hanger with the end wrapped in tape ( tape put on sticky side out)... Otherwise.. I wouldn't worry about it...
Hope that helps.. and you may want to purchase another chapstick for your needs...

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