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The levers are the flat, black type, not wire. They don't appear to be bent, which brings up the question, "how did the strike get off in the first place?" Thanks for the suggestion.Maybe. Before I would attempt to move the friction fit piece I would take a look at the lever it interacts with. Perhaps the lever has been bent and that might be easier to fix.
I don't follow what you are describing. I see the squared off part of the brass piece. The only part that rotates is the part with the pin in it. Is there an adjustment you are suggesting? Thanks.You have it set wrong. The squared off end of the curved brass piece must be touching the edge of the part with the pin on it. It should slip past it when turned counterclockwise. It is bent slightly to allow this.It is designed to allow you to turn the hands backward without causing damage or getting the strike out of sync.
A picture IS worth a thousand words, now I understand. Thank you very much, all of you.