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I think I read your post right, and that it describes blowing the back of the slave open before the slave was bolted down to the tranny.
You need to put all three bolts in and tighten all three right down before bleeding the system or expecting the slave to press the pressure plate fingers down and release the special ring tool.
Otherwise the pressure takes the path of least resistance, which is to press the slave apart instead of pushing the slave piston and throwout bearing against the pressure plate fingers.
Simple careful clean reassembly will fix the slave if you've done this, no new seals needed, then put your stack back in, install the three bolts and continue with the bleeding process.
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