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VL63 lever not closing the last .25 in without a good push

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lhead71

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I recently took the internals apart, cleaned, lubed and reassembled but I am having to really push to get the lever to lock. I did not take the lever itself apart. Im thinking I have the cog wheels in the wrong tooth groove, it's all I can think of. Any ideas?

It does close with a good strong action and the trigger does fire as well. But, it takes some effort to close the lever the last 1/4 inch.
 
Was just cycling the action after putting it together.
Thank you Marlin 92, your picture and advice fixed it immediately. It cycles smoothly and chambers a cartridge without any issues now. Will update once I hit the range over the next few days.
 

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