This Question about reel clean and lubing, has been asked and answered before in "MEMBER TIPS" section here on the BB. I will give you my best source to try and help.
Try Southwestern Parts and Service in Dallas, TX.
605 W. Mockingbird Lane Dallas, TX 75247
Enter/// www.fishingreelrepair.com /// into your computer search mode. You should get their site and be able to go to Quantum reels, enter the reel name and model #, then bring up the schematics to your reel. I beleive one is even allowed to print these off on their own printer.
If you can carefully take a reel apart, you should be able to lube and clean it. I started my first reels when cleaning using an egg carton. Top and bottom = left to right. Large pieces went in the top cover.
Place each piece in a hole and after C&L then put everything together backwards.
As a reel repairman myself, remember, if it moves oil it, If it has teeth then grease it. [I use and highly recommend Silicote reel oil / lube by Abu-Garcia] found in any Sporting Goods Dept. [usually]