Problem With Guitar's Bridge

At first I wanted to say hi to everyone registered on this forum. At second I would like to apologise for this dumb question I'm gonna ask right now, but I really have no clue, how could I resolve it. Please don't laugh (or at least if you have to laugh, please do not laugh out loud), but help me if you know how...

So what's the problem? Well, one of my guitar's part, namely bridge is located in very strange position. I mean when I bought my guitar it's been lying flat, but now it got raised very high. I'm afraid that it is going to crack soon, and I have no idea how to avoid that. Please have a look at these pictures, and you'll know what I mean (I apologise for my bad English):

How could I get it back to the flat position as it was originally? Many thanks in advance for your help!

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Hey there!

Yeah, sure! Installing two additional springs worked perfectly. The bridge went to the position it should be. Again thanks a lot for all your valuable help!

Apologies it took me so long to post this reply. =]

Greetings from Poland,
DJ Gruby.

Glad to hear the happy ending, DJ :) . I always take forever to fix up my guitar projects myself.

Oh, well... It actually didn't take me so long to fix my guitar (I couldn't live without playing it every day), I was just too busy (too lazy?) to post reply here, that's why I've apologised. ;] Anyway, thanks a lot for setting up this forum, guys, it's really great to have such place, where people are so open-minded and willing to immediately help those, who are in need. Thank you!

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