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As smack says, there is ALWAYS one person that has to say they know everything, yadda yadda yadda! SD is that one here on SN.
I wish I could help, but I do not have a lot of experience with furlers. Other than my first thought if possible, would have been to drop the jib itself, if "THAT" was possible. Then rehoist the jib at the dock. That of course is assuming you could unfurl the part that was furled.
Again, hopefully someone with some experience will show up to give you some GOOD pointers on how to deal with the issue.
In the mean time, winds for saturday are 20-30, even to 35 out of the south-SW, and my replacement boom will not be here until mid week,..........next week.....waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa Luv to try out the storm jib this weekend.
May have oneother option yet, will see.........
She drives me boat,
I drives me dinghy!