I just reassembled a 1930s Mauthe movement. I noticed that the strike stops not on the pin, but rather on the edge of the gathering pallet. The pin is used on the warning, but not to stop the train - at least as far as I can figure out. All is fine, except that the time train has to lift the lever at warning to a height above the valley on the gathering pallet - and there is too much friction between the pallet valley wall and the lifting lever. I polished a little, but it often stops the time train at warning. Is it a normal design for the edge of the gathering pallet to stop the train as opposed to the pin? What would be best to resolve this problem? The image is before cleaning and it does not show the gathering pallet in the stop position.