I think the colonists would be in a lot of trouble, but the devil is in the detail. It depends on so many different assumptions such as do the colonists know where to find all of the materials they need? What transportation do they have available and how is it powered? What is the mix in skill and education? How long will a few replacement parts last for?
Firstly clothing: this should be relatively simple at least initially – grow the right crops and harvest the fibres using basic tools manufactured from simple locally found materials such as wood (looms, spinning wheels etc) plus imported tools made of steel. But the steel will eventually blunt, break or where out, this might take a long time but they will need replacing eventually.
So how about steel? This is more problematic but should still be possible. They need to find a source of iron ore that is readily accessible and perhaps some limestone, (charcoal can be easily made from wood) then create some sort of crude furnace, leather bellows and a clay lined hearth perhaps but that will only get them iron not steel. True steel is going to need an oxygen supply and a lot more processing.
So simple metal tools and clothing yes, steel not immediately.
Fire arms? If you have iron it should be possible to fashion a crude cannon, but proper gun powder would be problematic. Assuming that a source of sulphur is available locally, charcoal can be made and potassium nitrate can also be sourced from dung, but purification and granulation would be difficult. The resultant firearms would be dangerous and unreliable.
Electronics would be a long long way down the technological tree and would not be available for many years or decades. The reason being that they require so many different materials that have to be found and then processed in complex ways, with equipment that also needs to be created somehow. As for computer components they would be even further down the tree.