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if not locking in place: the pivot point may need to be re-seated
Reviewed in the United States on February 22, 2020
just like many long term reviews of this squeegee, the pivot point will loosen over time. instead of simply tightening it, which may not solve the issue of it not staying in place, i recommend taking the hex screw off and inspecting the assembly.
the black spacers on either side should fall into the indentations. the central metal piece may have dislodged from the outer frames, preventing it from locking in. once seated and aligned correctly and put together, you might notice it suddenly snapping back into place.
once aligned, now you can tighten the bolt. the bolt may loosen again at a later time, so repeat this process if simply tightening it doesn't work.
(uncertain about using a threadlock like loctite since this item is mean to be used in the shower, under wet conditions.)
it seems this metal piece, the spacers, or other component gets unseated and needs to be re-aligned to allow it to be able to lock into position. simply tightening it does not help with realigning it and seating it back in its place.
also, i noticed some wear on the notched aluminum that the constant pivoting may eventually wear it out. when this happens, it may be time for a new squeegee or a creative solution to fix it.