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Old Penn 209 level wind not turning but spool works is there a part missing ??

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There are many small parts within the reel itself and something may have gotten dislodged or someone may have taken it apart and not put it back together properly. There are exploded parts diagrams available at www.pennreels.com to assist you, but they can be very difficult to read. If you take your reel apart, be VERY VERY careful not to lose anything, especially a very small spring that holds the ratchet lock (dog) in place.

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