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Chad Barnard
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Hey I bought a set of Sterling Hopping Halves (yeah yeah Johnson I know) and after a couple of days practice the outermost [ of the English Penny is being clingy. Any advice on how to fix this so I can actually perform the trick.
mrunge
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Clingy? What exactly is it doing?

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It sounds like you may have dinged it out of round. Try placing the sun/moon assembly inside it and rolling in like a wheel across a smooth, hard surface. Put a little pressure on it and you might be able to bend it back enough to work.
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To help find the flat spot, put the insert into the shell and look at it carefully with a magnifiying glass. You can usually push the flat spot back out with the edge of a smaller coin, like a quarter.
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