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Squeeze the rear arms of the lifter (carrier) together with protected jaw long nose pliers to remove the studs from their holes in the housing and remove it upward and rearward out of the housing.
Just with his bare hands and with the aid of basic tools like long nose pliers and screw drivers he managed to make his first ever robot in just three days.
HARDWOOD-FACED handles and stainless steel blades on this great-value tool, which comes with long nose pliers, 2 knives, 4 screwdrivers, a file and fish hook remover, bottle and can openers, plus 11-piece screwdriver set.
Using long nose pliers, turn the tips into a small loop.
If not, use a pair of long nose pliers and twist the ends of the wires around the plug's connections.
If they don't, reach in with tweezers or a pair of mini long nose pliers. Maintain the ejector and spring as a unit, lift them from the slot and don't lose them.
A more risky approach would be to extra carefully grind away enough of the latch material surrounding the pin to allow grasping and pulling it with small, long nose pliers.