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2.6.2 Adjustment of the Tension Arm and Pad Arm Assemblies Use Fig. 2-6-2 as the reference unless otherwise specified. 1. Set the PLAY mode. Se Fig. 2-3-8. 2. Loosen the screw A . 3. With the take-up side at the bottom, align the extreme end of the Tension Arm Assembly with the crossed grooves on the screw B that retains the Loading Motor Assembly and then tighten the screw A . The tightening torque should be 0.069 Nâ¢m (0.7 kgfâ¢cm). 4. Check the operation. Repeat unloading and loading several times and make sure that the Tension Arm Assembly is located within the normal range. Note : With the above checking method, a Torque Meter is not used. When a Torque meter is used, the following are the reference values: Back Tension : 2.0 to 6.0 gâ¢cm Play Torque : 8.3 to 12.5 gâ¢cm
SCREW B TENSIOM ARM ASSY
2, 3 SCREW A
2.6.3 Adjustment of the Slide Lever 2 Use Fig. 2-6-3 as the reference unless otherwise specified. 1. Set the C IN mode. See Fig. 2-3-4. 2. Loosen the screw A . 3. Set the Main Deck and Slide Deck Assemblies apart so that they do not rattle, then tighten the screw A by screwing it fully toward the Drum Assembly. The tightening torque should be 0.069 Nâ¢m (0.7 kgfâ¢cm). 4. Check the operation. Repeat unloading and loading several times and make sure that these operations can be performed smoothly without producing rattles.