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Fleagle_UK



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United Kingdom 2014 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Luxor
centre console cup holder cover stuck in open position.

...it won't return on its own spring loading.

Anyone any idea how to get it to slide shut again - I've applied "reasonable" force but don't want to force and snap or break anything to do with the spring loading / damping.

Failing that, anyone know where there are instructions to remove the top bit of the centre console so I can see if it is repairable or god forbid, have to replace it.
thanks

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northernmonkeyjones



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United Kingdom 2016 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Santorini Black

It’s on a click stop. You push it forwards slightly to close it. There is nothing that can't be fixed with a hammer😜😜
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Fleagle_UK



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United Kingdom 2014 Range Rover Autobiography SDV8 Luxor

thanks. I know that The problem I’m trying to explain is that when you push it forward to release it stays in the open position. It won’t slide shut and just returns back to the open position. The damped spring loading is clearly still “on catch” . I can’t see anything visibly blocking its return to the close position. 😟

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DrDill



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I had this problem, it was one of the wooden stirred sticks had slipped under the side and stopped it sliding back

Post #548754 29th Mar 2020 9:19pm
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