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Try not to take the rod out and it isn't necessary. There is supposed to be a threaded disk, with an O ring that contacts the wall of the lube reservoir. The O ring holds the ring in place, by friction, and prevents it turning. Therefore, when you turn the rod, it forces the disk down on the lube.
In the past Lyman customer service was able to help with identifying and selling me the spare parts.
 
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