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Hey Ken, Neil here from Dark Side Reelz. it boils down to over oiled bearings, or bearings that require cleaning, your spool shaft only rides on 2 or max of 3 points, (depending on reel make) each of those points contains a bearing the spool shaft seats in those bearings any build up will greatly reduce casting distance. I specialize in reel cleanings, rebuilds and restorations as well as custom work like upgrades and super tuning. If you would like to read some really good info on what you can do read this article I wrote http://ezangler.com/tackle-box/gear-tips/the-reel-truth/ here is the link to my webiste as well www.darksidereelz.com
see this causes and fix it. God bless you If the vacuum cleaner motor does not run the motor itself might be
burned out. Check the power switch first to be sure the motor can get
power. Then, be sure the motor shaft can turn freely, that nothing is
obstructing it. If the motor can turn freely and is getting power but
still won't run it will need to be replaced If the vacuum cleaner motor doesn't run the on - off switch might be
turned off or defective. Test the switch with an Ohm meter or continuity
There are two printed circuit boards inside front of toaster - One PC board for each side. The circuit board on the side that won't latch down in the "toasting" position , is defective. Now, does anyone have access to a schematic for this toaster?
Since Vermont Castings has gone through 3 different ownerships in the past 10 years, the chances of finding the manual, for your discontinued model are slim and none. Having been a VC dealer up until 5 or 6 years ago, my data base is pretty complete. However, the Model 1982 Intrepid I Non-catalytic Wood Burning Stove doesn't even show up there. If the dealer you purchased you stove from is still in business & is still a VC Dealer, that would be the best place to start. As, his records would go back further than mine. But, I must caution you, many dealer like myself, dropped the Vermont Castings line, during the last part of it's Ownership, by Majestic Fireplace Corp. VC is now owned my Monessen Hearth Hearth Systems.
There is a vent in the tank, it is situated on the right hand side of the tank, close to where the fuel hose exits the tank, the early vent looks like a round white pellet, the later vent is a white plug with a nipple on the top, the later vent will just pull out with long nose pliers, the early vent has to be extracted useing a self tapping screw, this of course will destroy the vent.
Sounds like your drag is too loose. Best way to get used to setting a baitcaster, in my opinion, is to put a 1/2 ounce weight on the end of the line and engage the spool. The line should drop to the ground freely, but not full speed - if too fast, the spool will continue to spin and you'll get that dreaded birdsnest. If it doesn't reach the ground, you need to loosen it more.
Once you have it set, keep that weight on and go practice, using the thumbing process Parorae noted in the previous answer.
They take some getting used to for sure!