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Indeed, there was certainly an error in reinstalling that component. It is probable that at least one of the four blue clips is not firmly attached. Attempt applying gentle pressure to the panel in order to see whether it may be securely fastened by engaging a clicking mechanism. If the previous solution proves ineffective, it is advisable to dismantle the interior trim components in order to gain visibility and understand the situation at hand. 

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I am uncertain about your query, however to see the blue pins, it is necessary to remove the complete panel, which entails removing the top piece and two side pillar sections first. Below is a concise and informative YouTube video that demonstrates the fundamental procedures. Although the video features a different model, the method is practically identical:

 

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There is a little amount of movement in that panel on my vehicle as well. The presence of foam between the blue clips and the body is the reason. Your movement is little more pronounced than normal. As others have said, attempt to use inward force to move them. However, this would also need the bolts to be tightened in a parallel manner to accommodate the newly created gap.

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