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The recall is on FSA Gossamer BB30 cranks. The left crank arm (non-drive side) could have been over tightened. The crank arms involved have a serial number that starts with 10B,10C,and 10D.

What happens with this recall, the crank arm breaks around the retaining bolt and the crank arm falls off the bike.

What you need to do is check the serial number as per the recall notice and if it falls within the recall guidelines, DO NOT RIDE THE BIKE. Take it into your LBS or call FSA regarding what the fix is.

They are supposed to be releasing a fix for this ASAP.

If your crank arm does not fall into the recall guidelines, then you have another issue. If the bike is fairly new, you probably have normal cable adjustments that need to be made.
 

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Its probably a different issue. If the crank was skipping, the arm would be in a different position than the normal 180 degrees opposite of the drive side crank arm..
 
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