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Van Staal VSX200 (Roter hitting Spool)

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I recently got a new Van Staal VSX200 and realized when reeling it the rotter seems to hit the spool and it makes this small slight rubbing noise. Has anyone else had this issue? Please let me know what you think, thanks! 

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I'm following, no idea on what besides a bent main shaft or rotor cup but a good friend of mine has a vsx 100 that all the anodizing on the bottom of the spool is gone from a similar clunk to what you describe

 

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A shaft bends when damaged, takes a bit of pressure to bend one, its highly unlikely its bent  right at the production stage, I believe they're centerless ground, not just a pc of bar stock.....If the shaft was bent I'd think you'd most likely feel an inconsistency, or a spot where there's a bit of resistance while reeling  when the bent section of the shaft reciprocates in & out of the reel..

 

I'm leaning more towards the flyer or how the flyer is mounted, maybe some anodize build up somewhere?

 

Maybe reel was dropped somewhere along the assembly process?

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sound like sand stuck somewhere.

if you take the spool off , does it still make noise ?

check where the rotor is hitting the spool . 

or send it back 

 

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5 hours ago, avet4life said:

sound like sand stuck somewhere.

if you take the spool off , does it still make noise ?

check where the rotor is hitting the spool . 

or send it back 

 

No sand anywhere, haven't even dunked it or anything. Sending it back today, not sure why it would do that. Reel was used just one time after I got it too!

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