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OK, I admit it. It was stupid of me...

But the DPS lever was stuck because of dirt. I removed the little top screw and took the DPS lever assembly out, but all of a sudden red oil came out. I tried to put the DPS lever back in as fast as I could, but not possible. The oil continued to seep out.

What do I do? Send it in for a rebuild service, and they will put it back in during the service procedure? Oh my god, did I break something?
I did this step, before doing all the steps before it.

2016 FLOAT DPS Rebuild | Bike Help Center | FOX

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...What do I do? Send it in for a rebuild service, and they will put it back in during the service procedure? ...
Yep. It may cost more for service in they need to do extra stuff or use parts additional to what they would normally use. I believe they'll contact you after looking at it with the cost before doing the work.
 
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