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The metal clasp pins that lock onto the pin/knob when the cart is opened up. To close the cart you hit the button at the top of the cart that opens the clasp and releases the pin / knob. I need the new clasp two metal bars attached by a spring, as existing one is worn and will not hold the pin / knob when in open position

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