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12" PB latch

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When I open my PB, the latch doesn't retract anymore. This isn't a big deal, I just close it with my finger, but I thought it was one of the slickest things about the form factor of my PB. Can I put a drop of oil on it, or something like that? It hasn't been damged, it just doesn't close on its own anymore.
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Sorry. Wrong forum. My bad. I'm going to repost in the PB forum. A mod can delete this if they so dersire.
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