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Old 09-11-2019, 02:21 PM   #1
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Shimano chronarch 200e7 question

The knobs on my handle were crunching when reeled and I was able to get one side off to replace the bearing and I noticed that the inner sleeve of the bearing was partially frozen to the post, but was able to remove it. Problem is the other side; took out the screw but cannot get the knob to release from the post on the handle. I'm assuming the inner sleeve is likewise a bit frozen on the post. Does anyone know a way to get the knob off without destroying it? Thanks in advance.
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i'm not speaking about the screw that holds the know, i'm asking about the knob itself. after screw is removed the know will not come free, and as I stated above, I think the bearing is frozen to the post. any ideas on removing without destroying the handle or the knob?
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Old 09-13-2019, 08:50 AM   #4
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Where the knob meets the handle drive a wedge in between those two points, like a screw driver.
. Work it off a little at a time.
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Old 09-23-2019, 04:41 PM   #5
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No matter how hard I tried, i'm not getting that bearing to release off the handle post, but fortunately the bearing is still in good shape so I will just wait and see. that said, once I cleaned replaced and put it back together I now notice that the anti reverse pawl (under the side cover - part BNT 2404) now makes a slight click noise that it did not make before. I have several 200e7s - and none have done that after cleaning.... part still works as expected... Do those pawls go bad, is there an internal mechanism on them, any suggestions would be helpful. thanks in advance.
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Old 09-26-2019, 01:36 PM   #6
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As far as the knob not wanting to come off..Been there buddy!
try putting a little penetrating oil on that bearing with the paddles facing up. try not to get that on the paddle itself. Tends to degrade the paddle. wipe out excess with Qtip, then after a while I used some old dull wire cutters I have to kinda work from the backside closing against that post. using leverage forces that paddle up, just be careful. As far as that pawl...pitch it. I routinely take them out. They can get bent up over time and it really is over engineering on the reel part. Its just there as a backup in case your roller clutch bearing goes out.. Hope this helps...Dip
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Dipsay, thanks for your thoughts. I just got a new knob and bearing so I will give your method a try, sounds like a way to go about it, just did not want to try it without replacement parts. I will take the pawl out of one of my chrons - the one making the most noise and see from there, but with the anti reverse bearing I too couldn't see the need for that little extra. again thanks for responding.
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