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    #1

    getting something unstuck versus making something operational

    Hello everybody!

    Suppose a mechanical part has become stuck and you cannot move it. What phrase should I use:

    I will try to get it unstuck or I will try to make it operational.

    Thank you.

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    #2

    Re: getting something unstuck versus making something operational

    'I will try to free it.'

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