Is the solenoid a fully enclosed one with two screws on the side, or is it open on the bottom? The sear solenoid just slips into the slot for it, and has a piece that fills in the space between the top of the clapper noid and top edge of the frame, which I believe is held in by a screw that sits to the right of the clapper. Hammer just slips in through the back of the bottom tube and is adjusted by sticking an allen wrench(same size allen as the grip frame I believe) and turned clockwise to lower it. Planet eclipse has the eblade manuals online for viewing which explains how to set the lug height for the hammer and time it properly.
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