Question about Electrical Supplies
Look...the screw you adjusted moves an arm which is connected to the scew-base by a spring...that arm has a nut that keeps it connected to a cylinder that goes into the engine...adjusting that arm will rase the rpm...that will make it produce more than 150 and it will automatically adjust itself with the load...
adjusting can be done by twisting that cylinder very slowly to the right direction....twist it a tiny bit and then tighten the nut and turn it on...if it got even lower then twist it to the opposite direction..and so on..
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
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