I was told by my growing master to not even crack the opening for at least 6 days because they're too sensitive. I have been misting though.
I think I see the problem in your pics.
Those are what I call peat pellets I think. What are they exactly? The hole you've stuck the clone into should be squeezed against the stalks of the clones. I see in some of the pics what seems to be a hole still around the stalk of the clone. If that's the case, then not enough plant material is in contact with the moist, dark, media. No moisture is touching the stalk much and light is hitting it. Resolve both of those problems and your clones will perk back up. They still had good life in them in the last pics.
Wet the pellets good. Gently squeeze the pellets until you've sealed them good around the stem and squeezed out half the water. Set them into the growing spots, wet them real good again and don't touch them again for two days while the dome is shut. They will perk almost immediately. In a matter of a few hours. Your misting is what has been keeping them alive probably.
If I'm right in what I'm seeing.
If you want, just risk two and try it. If they perk, then do the rest.