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Thumb latch and component are in tact but it keeps slipping out

They are both fine but sometimes it will work then when I put it back together it freezes again.

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When you tighten the screws you have to be sure that the two sides stay aligned. try to tighten the screws a little at a time and keep testing the lever as you go. you will notice that there is a little play frome side to side or up down so it is critcal that you maintatin alignment untill the screws are tight.

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