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Separate the top and the bottom parts of the loom (just slide the top part off). Older looms will have a bushing in the bottom of the copper tube with a flange at the bottom. Using a pair of flat nose pliers remove the bushing. Newer looms will have a bushing without a flange, so they do not need to be removed because the clips can slide off the copper tubes without doing so. In either case, slide off the old clips if you are replacing them and/or slide new clips onto the copper bars. Replace the bushing if it was removed. Put the two halves of the loom back together.
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