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The third screw was likely a frequency fine-tune adjustment. I would try having it turned on and transmitting, while carefully re-adjusting that third screw until it re-centered on the correct frequency.
On most wireless systems, sound level issues would only require making adjustmen to the reciever only, and if it's for stationary use, such as a PA system or mixing console, then better to leave it alone and boost the gain on the amp or console.
Considering the price of that particular model, if you don't need the reciever to be portable (such as for on-location vidiography), then I'd more strongly recomend spending only a little more for a more reputable, professional brand if you ever decide to upgrade or replace, like the "Sure SM-58" series that I now use.
Posted on Oct 14, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Through trial and error on fairly new Poulin Pro, found that the usual 3-half turns for both high and low was too much (flooded) (Used to be good starting point on weed eaters years ago. So, turned both all the way in, and only backed out 1-full turn. (2-halves) Saw fired up perfectly, and ran wide open just fine. Try that.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
hi terry, here we go ---screw the H srew right in till it stops then back it out 1 1/8th of a turn do the same to theL screw but only back it out 1 turn.screw the idle screw in i turn. it is abit difficult adjusting things by holding them with one hand while you screwthings with the other,so if need be clamp the chain bar in a vice making sure the chain is not touching any thing.start the motor ,hold it at a high idle a minute or so to warm up, the n take it up to top revsand hold it there whilst screwing the H screw slowly in and out until it runs the sweetest then back it out 1/8 th of a ,turn, donot take it in past 7/8 ths of a turn . now release the throttle and let it idle do the same thing with the L screw in and out to where it idles best then set your idle speed with the idle screw so that the chain just holds from turning (that is not so important so long as it idles nicely with out cutting out) and there you have it . just watch your hands onthat chain .
Posted on Aug 27, 2009
L is for idle speed mixture and H is for full throttle mixture. Adjust H, when engine is warmed up, with full throttle--adjust for high speed, but 4-stroking which should smooth out just as soon as you start cutting. Allow to idle and adjust L for smooth idle, but rich enough to allow the engine to 'follow the throttle'. Set idle speed screw to just allow the chain to stop moving.
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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