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A lot of people don't even bother trying to fix a recoil because they don't cost much to replace. maybe $10. but if you try make sure you don't let that coil unwrap or you will have a lot worse problems then just the string :p

If you can successfully get the cover off without allowing the coil to come loose then simply just wrap the string back up.

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