Folks, I was loading up some 45 ACP this afternoon. Everything was going along smoothly and then the primers were not being seated in the cases. It felt as if something was out of alignment and binding. I removed the rounds in the carousel. I saw that the Primer Seating Cup (# 13824) was rubbing against the left side of the hole in the Shell Plate Platform (# 13781). I took the primer housing apart and found a spent primer down in between the Shell Plate Platform and the Primer Housing. I removed all the live primers out of the primer tube and re-assembled everything. Somehow the whole assembly had come out of alignment. I eventually got it back together and working smoothly without any primers in the tube. After replacing the primers in the tube and operating the reloader, I noticed the Spent Primer Catcher Chute (# 13899) was bent/compressed and bound around the Roller Brackett Assembly (#14280). I removed it and spread out the chute so that it operated freely. Now the questions, how did this happen? Was it just the Primer Housing Screws (# 14014) came loose? I would really like to know so that I dont have to go through all that again. I appreciate any thoughts on this! Thanks, Steve Wanna kill these ads? We can help!