View single post by PlainBill
 Posted: Sun Sep 17th, 2006 12:06 am
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Joined: Wed Sep 13th, 2006
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I'm just puting in my $.03 worth (inflation) to thank the guys who blazed the trail on this one.  I was pleased to find I received the 'new, improved' part, but even with the directions I was having problems assembling it. 

A little studying and I discovered it was possible to trip the latch without benefit of a spare actuator.  All it requires is a small screwdriver and a broken toothpick to hold up the two springs that prevent it from tripping unless the actuator is present.  Once tripped, installation is a snap ;) - didn't even have to use the pliers, just the small screwdriver.