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Gig103
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Posted Sat Mar 3, 2012, 7:25pm
Subject: Preciso micro lever moves with macro
 

Hey all,

I've been trying to dial in my new Preciso. Per the instructions and advice I make sure to run it when I change the macro (hopper) adjustment. But when I do that, the micro adjustment lever moves too. Is that normal or is there something up with the machine? I checked and there was no jam, and it does it when empty too. I checked also that my micro lever was firmly in a setting.  Speaking of though, the settings at the low end (a,b,c) don't lock in as well as at the high end.
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Posted Sat Mar 3, 2012, 7:52pm
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Gig103 Said:

Hey all,

I've been trying to dial in my new Preciso. Per the instructions and advice I make sure to run it when I change the macro (hopper) adjustment. But when I do that, the micro adjustment lever moves too. Is that normal or is there something up with the machine? I checked and there was no jam, and it does it when empty too. I checked also that my micro lever was firmly in a setting.  Speaking of though, the settings at the low end (a,b,c) don't lock in as well as at the high end.

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Mine acts the same way and same thing with a,b,c. I hold the micro while adjusting the macro, when the hopper is empty the mico does not move.
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