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I know how much everyone loves those reels They are great when they are new. But the truth is They are made to sell and they do sell. But I will bet a dollar to a donut that You would have 300% less trouble out of a Shakespeare Reel with less trouble and 70% less on cost and you cant wear them out.
The needle in the water valve is not seating all the way closed. Some thing has gotten under the seat sand or limed build up. The valve will have to be taken apart and cleaned or replaced. In either case you will have to shut the main water supply to the dishwasher to stop it from letting water in.
Needs a good cleaning. Take it apart you will see trip lever clean and lube. If it is broken you will need to replace. I have done this many times and always say I will do it in Spring never get to it and have the problem when I'm in the suds
My machine didn't run idle either. Took carburator apart of the Sst 25. Cleaned it with gasoline and a brush. But no luck. Figured it must be the nozzle of the idle. There are two more or less hidden black adjustment screws for the nozzles (idle and gas). I used a plastic tube from a ballpoint to take screw out, ran some air through it, reassembled it and now the machine runs smooth again...
Unless you know exacly what you are doing don't bother. It is a very complicated reel and expremely easy to put back together incorrecly. Send it off to Daiwa Sports service department. It'll either cost you £5 or nothing to have it serviced.
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