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Just to update - I ended up supergluing the white clip back together in situ.  Seemed a decent route to take as it was just one of the arms that had broken off and saved me any more from faff from trying to get the whole part off.    Still annoyed the clip broke in the first place -- but probably serves me right for taking on this job when temp was barely above freezing...   

 

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