The owner of this Sun Path Javelin Odyssey noticed some fraying on the left reserve riser that looked similar to damage caused by contact with Velcro. However, there was no Velcro anywhere on the container. A senior rigger inspected the container and found that the rubber shrink wrap at the end of the cutaway cable housing was worn away and exposed the end of the housing, which had two small rough spots on its edge. These rough spots rubbed on the riser (which is part of the harness) and damaged the nylon. The cable housing was replaced with a factory replacement, but the harness was not damaged to the point where it needed to be replaced. Frequent inspections can help to identify worn or damaged components early and avoid more costly repairs in the future.