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A big thank you to Mark

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    I recently asked if anyone had any door handle return springs and Mark said he had some spare so would post them to me.

    Wow, what a star, not only did he send me the spring and instructions but the spring was still attached to the door handle.

    Thank you Mark!! :respekt:
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    No worries, it's easy enough to swap. I kept the handles and springs but lobbed the plastic away as it was scratched

    Have a few more kicking about if needs be
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    It's good of you Mark! top man! :icon_thumright:
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    Its part of the community spirit IMO
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    good man!
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    yep yep
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    nice one that man
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    Mark, you got the instructions handy?
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    Door spring all fitted now, handle feels solid like it should :)

    Again, a BIG thank you to Mark :icon_thumright:
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    instructions? for door handle removal? remove door card the rest will become clear
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    I can PDF the instructions to remove the card and handle like i sent GAZ if you like?
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    Well done!
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    Oh I thought it just for the spring part.
    I heard it's almost impossible to replace properly.

    I can take the handle, card off no worries.

    Thanks guys!
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    The spring pops off and is easily replaced with a set of long nosed pliers and or a screwdriver
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