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If you need to send reels in for servicing do it soon. I just sent my Daiwa's that I use for pitching 8 and bait in the spring and I was told there is a 2-3 week turnaround. Since I expect to be pitching bait by the 2nd week of March, I'm glad I didnt wait too much longer. :cool:
 

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Funny you posted this, I printed out the Diawa service
form yesterday.


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Sean, I sent mine here. They are an authorized Daiwa, warranty repair shop. It will only take UPS a day to deliver it to your house when they are done.

Newark Sinker Company
101 Route 46
Pine Brook, NJ 07058
(973) 575-1995
 

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Thanks John. I have an older Emblem that I need to have some work done to get it ready for this year. Wanted to get that back in the rotation when casting clams in the Spring. Thinking about putting it on the 11 foot Star Rod to get even more distance if I need it.:thumbsup:

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I sent 2 reels to the Daiwa US service center in California that the tracking says were delivered on January 22. I have not heard anything from them. Do they call or email to tell you what it will cost?


I would give them a call, I had the same problem with Okuma, when I finally called them (after a month) they swore up and down they had tried to call me on multiple occasions on a cell phone thats on me darn near 24/7. :rolleyes:
 

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To follow-up on this, Daiwa replaced a lot of parts on my Saltiga Z6000 GT including part of the body which had a little bit of corrosion on it and only charged for cleaning/lube even though the reel is out of warranty. Its definitely better to send Daiwa reels back to them for work than to get them serviced at a local shop.
 

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To follow-up on this, Daiwa replaced a lot of parts on my Saltiga Z6000 GT including part of the body which had a little bit of corrosion on it and only charged for cleaning/lube even though the reel is out of warranty. Its definitely better to send Daiwa reels back to them for work than to get them serviced at a local shop.

Good news! I just was contacted today that mine are done and will be fedex'd this afternoon!
 
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