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I have a question regarding the edge pro bridge.

I recently restrung my RG, and must have made a mistake somewhere. The Saddle on my D string somehow got loose. The part that goes under the fine tuning screw was loose, which rendered my fine tuner for my D string unusable. So I restrung the D string, and fixed the saddle so the fine tuner would work. I was very careful and I tried to make sure that I did it correctly. But now, it is very hard to use that fine tuner, all the rest are very smooth but the fine tuner for the D string is hard to turn now. I noticed when I was handling the saddle that there was some sort of oil, or lubrication, on it, and so obviously some of it came off on my hand. I was wondering if thats that problem, that since a lot of the oil from the saddle and screw came off that could be why it is hard to tune now. I bought some GHS GraphitAll Guitar Lubricant, and was wondering if I just lubed those parts back up it could solve the problem. Your help would be very appreciated. Thanks.
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Peavey 6505+
Marshall Jcm-900 Lead 1960 cab
Jackson USA RR1 w/SD blackouts
Jackson Dominion w/SD Distortion
Jackson SLS3 w/SD blackouts
Maxon OD808
EH Small Clone chorus
Ampeg B2R
Ampeg Cabs, 4x10, 1x15
Rickenbacker Bass Guitar
Ibanez CP-9