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So the other day i took my custom setup consisting of a Weavercraft rod and a Pflueger Summit. First cast throwing a Space Monkey, beautiful placement right along some awesome reeds. I start to retrieve the lure and that is when it happens. The bar that the level wind glides across pops out of the inside wall of the reel and recesses in to the gear box side. I have no idea what happened or how. All i did was turn the handle felt normal and then wham it felt like i was grinding gears. I about cried. The reel is about 2 to 3 years old. ANY HELP IS APPRECIATED PLEASE.

pics show the rod that came out before and after it came out.

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There is a tab on the front clip covering the line carriage that holds that rod in place.  It probably broke.  I'd contact Pure Fishing for parts, or have a pro do the repair.

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Yes, and AFAIK no.

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Does anyone know of a professional that can fix this d**n thing. I have an empty pole and if it doesn't get fixed soon I am afraid I will end up with another Shimano Curado. I already filled one pole last week. I don't think the Misses will like that too much.  :-/

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Chris,

I PMed you yesterday. I'll fix this for you if want to send it in. I just did two for another member. PM, call 973-459-2835 or visit: https://www.delawarevalleytackle.com/

Mike

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