Hi guys, So I've been looking long and hard (and hopefully not in the wrong places) but I haven't been able to find anything about putting back together a fixed clamp after completely disassembling it. I took it apart in order to clean the gripper jaws and was just curious about how it worked so I took apart the entire thing and... I can't put it back together in working condition anymore. I've taken two pictures: one of the clamp in its disassembled form and the other between the working clamp and the non-working one. Here is the first: And here is the second: In the second picture, the right clamp is the non-working one. You can see that the bottom of the clamp head where the bar is protrudes when it's not supposed to. I haven't quite figured out what the problem is but I have spent a good hour on this and I am definitely not the handyman... As reference, I did not have any problems whatsoever with the clamp before my operation on it. I don't need to fix this urgently as the second-hand machine that I got (an Exthree EX2600) came with 4 fixed clamps for badminton and the previous owner upgraded to the set which I just dismantled. However, these definitely seem to be the better ones so I would love to get this fixed. If not though, I guess I can revert to the other ones and make sure that I no longer mess with things that I am not comfortable with. In any case, suggestions and comments would be greatly appreciated. Unfortunately, I wouldn't be able to tell you about the brand of the clamps as I didn't personally purchase them but looking at pictures on the Internet, they seem to be quite generic compared to the OEM manufacturers (Eagnas, Pro's Pro, etc). Thanks again, guys!