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Chronarch 100VSB #13620681 07/06/20 01:47 PM
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Recently received a Chronarch CH100VSB. Needs a thorough cleaning however I can find no video or parts list even from the Shimano web site. Any help greatly appreciated?

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Re: Chronarch 100VSB [Re: saibling] #13623006 07/08/20 12:37 AM
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Take it to some that works on reels.

Re: Chronarch 100VSB [Re: saibling] #13623186 07/08/20 03:35 AM
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Originally Posted by saibling
Recently received a Chronarch CH100VSB. Needs a thorough cleaning however I can find no video or parts list even from the Shimano web site. Any help greatly appreciated?



Hey Saibling I can't find anything on that model. You sure it isn't a BSV?
https://www.ereplacementparts.com/s...g-reel-parts-c-200301_200303_200589.html

CH100BSV

Re: Chronarch 100VSB [Re: saibling] #13623241 07/08/20 10:40 AM
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There's a couple of really great youtube videos of how to break down and clean your Shimano reels step by step. Even if it's not the same model they are all so similar- you can do it yourself its really easy, just watch the whole video once, then start it over and do it just like they do step by step, lay the parts down in sequence paying attention to some of the special cupped washers. Go to Academy or Bass Pro and get you one of those Ardent Reel Cleaning Kits with grease and oil.

Re: Chronarch 100VSB [Re: saibling] #13623243 07/08/20 10:43 AM
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Re: Chronarch 100VSB [Re: saibling] #13623874 07/08/20 08:11 PM
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Take it to SW Parts & Service and let them do it. One of my buddies tried to clean & lube his own reel and it wound up costing him $140 for a new spool that he damaged trying to put it back together. Why risk that trying to save $17?

In his defense he lives near Houston.

Re: Chronarch 100VSB [Re: trippbo] #13624418 07/09/20 11:03 AM
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yes it was a BSV. update found parts list, located the issue, four hours later reel oil and assembled casting like a champ. 😊

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