Possible Cause: Weak or broken trigger spring.Solution: Replace with new trigger spring.
Possible Cause: Trigger and/or trigger link assembly worn or broken.Solution: Replace with new part(s)
Possible Cause: Trigger assembly E-clip missing or not in retaining groove.Solution: Replace or install e-clip in retaining groove.
Possible Cause: Trigger assembly shaft hole in rotor houseing too loose.Solution: Replace rotor housing.
Possible Cause: Snapshot firing pin broken or missing.
Solution: Replace trigger link assembly.
Possible Cause: Bail wire bent or mis-shaped.Solution: Replace bail wire assembly.
Possible Cause: Line was spooled on improperly.Solution: Replace line or play out line (without lure) behind boat or in river current to remove line twist. NOTE: When installing new line, make sure the line from the supply spool is feeding off in the same direction as the rotor is turning.
Possible Cause: Lure spinning on retrieve.Solution: When trolling, make sure the line is not wrapped around your lure so it’s running true. When using in-line spinners, attach a ball bearing swivel to the line.
Possible Cause: Bail wire is misshapen.Solution: Replace bail wire assembly. Visit the Parts section to order a replacement.
Possible Cause: Spool is overfilled with line.Solution: Reduce amount of line to 1/8" below spool lip. Be sure to use the line size that is recommended for your reel.
Possible Cause: Line memory.Solution: Soak reel spool of line in water prior to use. Also see: Preventing line problems.
Possible Cause: Bail spring is weak.Solution: Replace with new bail spring. Visit the Parts section to order a replacement.
Possible Cause: Bail spring is broken.Solution: Replace with new spring. Visit the Parts section to order a replacement.
Possible Cause: Bail wire is bent.Solution: Replace with new bail wire assembly.
Possible Cause: Dirt or debris in bail hinges.Solution: Remove bail wire assembly, clean thoroughly, and lubricate with Quantum® Hot Sauce™ reel oil.
Possible Cause: Drag disc seized to washers due to debris on disc.Solution: Loosen drag tension and turn spool until drag discs break free. Remember to always loosen drag completely after fishing.
Possible Cause: Dirt or debris between spool and rotor, or in gear system.Solution: Clean inside of reel by rinsing thoroughly and lubricate properly.