Note

The three hexagon head self-locking cap screws must be discarded each time they are removed and new ones installed.

(1) Using a socket wrench with a 1/2 inch socket, remove the three hexagon head self-locking cap screws (15) holding the body mounting plate (13) to the backplate (3). Separate the body mounting plate from the backplate.

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2. DISASSEMBLY OF BOLT.

a. Remove non-electrical wire (16).

(1) Using cutting pliers, clip non-electrical wire (16) from bolt sleeves and remove non-electrical wire.

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DISASSEMBLY - Continued b. Remove bolt sleeves (17).

(1) Using the 1 1/4 inch open-end wrench (on the combination tool), unscrew the bolt sleeves (17) all the way. (A brass-head hammer can be used to tap the wrench to loosen the bolt sleeves first.)

c. Separate the bolt sleeves (17), helical compression springs (1), spring washers (2), outside tubes

(1) Hold back the helical compression springs (1) while removing the 1/8 inch punch. Slowly release the helical compression springs back to position and remove the spring washers (2) and helical compression springs. Be careful not to lose the spring washers.

(2) Tip the bolt sleeves (17) upside down. The bolt sleeves, outside tubes (18), middle tubes (19), and inner rods (4) should slide out together. Set aside the bolt sleeves.

(3) Tip the outside tubes (18) to let the middle tubes (19) and inner rods (4) slide out.

d. Remove lock plate assembly (20) and bolt buffer assemblies (21).

(1) With the bolt sleeves removed, lift off the lock plate assembly (20). Pull the bolt buffer assemblies (21) from the rear of the bolt (22).

e. Remove bolt sear (23), blank buffer washers (24 and 25), sear buffer (26), helical compression spring (27), and sear buffer rod (28).

(1) Remove the top blank buffer washer (24) from under the lock plate cavity.

(2) With the bolt face down on a flat surface, slide the bolt sear (23) rearward and remove it, being careful not to lose the helical compression spring (27), sear buffer (26), blank buffer washers (24 and 25), and sear buffer rod (28) beneath the bolt sear.

(3) Lift out the sear buffer (26), blank buffer washer (25), helical compression spring (27), and sear buffer rod (28).

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