Use the screwdriver
included to remove the handle nut cover (A) and place one drop of oil on
the center shaft.
Use the wrench to remove the handle nut (B). Remove
the handle and star wheel (C). Place one drop of oil onto the roller
bearing inside the handle hub (D). NOTE: It may be necessary to remove
the "C" clip in order to remove the handle. If you must remove
the "C" clip, do so slowly and carefully to prevent the loss
of the clip.
Loosen the three thumb screws to remove the entire
handle side assembly. Firmly pull the spool shaft (E) out and place one
drop of oil on the shorter side of the spool shaft. When reinstalling
the spool shaft, push the shaft into the side plate until you hear it
Place one drop of oil on each spool bearing (F)
located inside the end of the spool; on the side opposite the handle,
you must remove the spool pinion (G) to access the bearing.
While the spool is out, place a small amount of grease
on the cog gear (H) and on the smaller gear of the spool pinion
Place one or two drops of oil on the worm gear (I).
When reassembling your reel, it is important that the
brake blocks (J) are pushed toward the center of the spool.