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I have a 4300ss penn fishing reel that the anti-reverse feature does not lock or in other words the bail locks down fine , but the rell will free turn when it is supposed to lock and only work against the drag ?

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You need to take apart the reel and pinch in the leaves on the antireverse dog.

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