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should this be under spring tension or loose? I have tension on the sear but I don't know if this is fully seated on the upper spring arm or not. I can move it with pretty much zero tension.

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I had to do the same thing years ago because mine was missing. It was a Century U-fixem that I got up and running. I'm not quite sure, but I want to say that it was not under tension when I installed mine. Even the online instructions say "Ejector and Automatic Safety. The frame may be swaged on both sides to retain the ejector pin (6), or the pin may just slide out" That to me would indicate that it probably isn't under spring tension. Good luck.
 

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That slide release spring was so very annoying. Mine fell out when I was at the range one day. Luckily I had a spare from the board member who was selling them years ago. Good luck.
 

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should this be under spring tension or loose? I have tension on the sear but I don't know if this is fully seated on the upper spring arm or not. I can move it with pretty much zero tension.

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You F*d up... sorry but you have now entered the simplest and most difficult, annoying, part, and why not to disassemble one
there's that hole hole, you'll need a toothpick or dental pick, to place the spring leg, it needs to be under tension, supposedly there's a way to assemble it
so that leg goes right every time... next, you'll fine the fun of the slide release lever... well there's 3 versions of those, from shepherds crook to a L
 

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You F*d up... sorry but you have now entered the simplest and most difficult, annoying, part, and why not to disassemble one
there's that hole hole, you'll need a toothpick or dental pick, to place the spring leg, it needs to be under tension, supposedly there's a way to assemble it
so that leg goes right every time... next, you'll fine the fun of the slide release lever... well there's 3 versions of those, from shephhttps://l3harris-w13.prod.fire.glass/resources?rid=df170ad7fa1ddaa5c91eee9f2aaf352049c15bcfbbddc0d1bcfcb01af4ea3415&url=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ar15.com%2Fmedia%2FmediaFiles%2F56078%2F20220925_112747_jpg-2538754.JPG&cid=__FGL__232223232cde025110d1277b887b06a38fe667c30000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000000&bdk=cookiesEncryptionDisabled&eid=1erds crook to a L
LOL I am now of the never again crowd but its all back together. Took me 2 days of getting pissed off and walking away but I finally got it!!
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CZ-USA used to run a 'brown bag' special, that's where you sent them the gun, in a brown bag, and for (think it was $50 or 70) they assembled it
This guy is who I used when I did mine, there's a angle, with a certain pick I happened to have, that I could just push the leg over once I got it threaded in there, think I used a toothpick through that hole from the top to hold it over where I could reach it, or the other way around
 
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