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2006 997.1 US C4S Emergency top operator failure

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US car, 58K miles, manual transmission C4S,  Top automatic operation failed, pooling hydraulic fluid on passenger side below the car.  Attempted to close the top using emergency operation.  The allen head operator behind the rear passenger seat "snapped" when I attempted to operate.  Spins freely now either direction.  What did I break?  Unsure if this allen head component goes to the hydraulic drive, a set of gears, the motor for the hydraulic pump,, an oil bypass etc.  I'm unable to get the top closed, lifts up a bit (manually) then no further and drops back down.  Really don't want to force the top further and create additional damage.  I was already committed to new hoses/rams with the hydraulic leak, now need to add what else I broke.  In a nutshell- anyone know what additional parts to purchase for the "allen head" component and any idea how to close the top without getting that allen head  to turn counterclockwise?  Any help much appreciated, especially drawings. Definitely regretting not having access to a Bentley manual as I did on my old Boxster.  Thanks, Rich O

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