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Using a meter how do I adjust air flow on 1988 300 ce mercedes


You are not actually adjusting the air flow, just the fuel distributor's response to air flow. This video walks you through how to do that: Duty cycle measurement on Mercedes W124 diagnostic socket faulty control...

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Can the Navigator be adjusted for the speed?


The Speed of a Navigator is adjusted by water flow. There is no adjustment on the unit itself. The more flow through the unit the faster it will go. If the unit moves too fast or too slow proper cleaning may be sacrificed. The proper flow can be achieved using the flow meter that comes with the unit.

Many pools are set up with multiple shut-off valves in front of the pump. These regulate flow from bottom suction lines, skimmer suction lines, and vacuum suction lines. If you have these valves, make sure the valve on the line the vacuum is attached to is fully open and then adjust the flow by closing off the other valves slowly until proper flow is reached. This is where the flow meter is used.

If there are no valves and the Navigator is moving too fast, an in-line valve is also supplied with the unit and can be used to regulate the flow. This valve is installed between the vac hose and the port where the vacuum is connected to the pool (side port or skimmer).

https://www.hayward-pool.com/pdf/manuals/PoolVac-Classic-XL-NavigatorPro.pdf

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How to adjust suction in a barracuda pacer


there is a flow meter for use with these units to ensure proper flow rate. if this tests in range, make sure there are no obstructions in the hose or cleaner. if there is still a problem, it might be time to change the diaphragm in the cleaner

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Cleaner comes to the sides and top of pool, and won't stay on the bottom.


Cleaner won't leave or rim of edge of pool. Use Pool Pulse to lower flow. Utilize return flow to move cleaner. Adjust hose weight.

POOL PULSE (metering flow)
The Pool Pulse is a flow meter that measures the volume of water flowing through your Zodiac cleaner. It must be used to properly set the flow and can be used as a diagnostic tool when the cleaner isn't running properly. This piece should have been provided with your original box, but if you have lost or discarded the pool pulse flow meter, then you will need to purchase another one either online, or at your local swimming pool retailer. For the following steps (using 2 people is recommended; one poolside and the other at the plumbing manifold.) Vacuum and skimmer valves are located at your plumbing manifold. • Remove the cleaner head. • Attach the Pool Pulse to the end of the hose and keep it under water. • Turn on the filtration system. • For pools with one skimmer, flow is automatically regulated by the Flowkeeper Valve. Insure the blue indicator of the Pool Pulse is in the ideal range (when viewed from the side). • For pools with two or more skimmers, leave the selected skimmer open and slowly close the other skimmer(s) until the blue indicator of the Pool Pulse moves into the ideal range (when viewed from the side). • For pools with a wall vacuum fitting, leave the wall vacuum fitting fully open and slowly close the skimmer valve until the blue indicator of the Pool Pulse moves into the ideal range (when viewed from the side). • Keeping the hose under water, remove the Pool Pulse. Submerge the cleaner head, and when the bubbles stop coming from the extension pipe, attach the hose end. Your installation is now complete.

REGULATING RETURNS Divert the pool return inlets downward - Your Zodiac Automatic Pool Cleaner must move randomly throughout the pool and water circulating at the surface will influence the hose and limit coverage. • To adjust the return inlet: loosen the lock ring and redirect the eyeball downward, then retighten the lock ring. If the eyeball is difficult to adjust, insert a screwdriver inside the eyeball and gently adjust downward. • If the return inlets cannot be pointed downward, then you MUST install Zodiac return line diverters. They are available online or through you local retailer.
This is what a diverter looks like. zodiac_return_line_diverter.jpg
Adjusting weight on cleaner: FOLLOW THE GUIDELINES BELOW FOR YOUR SPECIFIC CLEANER MODEL. (Model number is stated on the cover of the manual that came with your cleaner) MODEL# W83251 - Hose weight is not required for this model cleaner in most pools. As a troubleshooting technique to improve coverage or prevent the cleaner from climbing the walls excessively, snap (1) hose weight onto the first hose section, one meter from the cleaner head. MODEL# W03000 - Snap (1) hose weight onto the middle of the first hose section, 1/2 meter from the cleaner head. MODEL# W83215 & W83216 - Snap (2) hose weights onto the middle of the second hose section, 1 1/2 meters from the cleaner head.

If you are still experiencing issues with your cleaner, you have a full 1 year warranty on the cleaner and Zodiac is happy to help you with the ownership! They can be contacted at: 1-888-786-779

Sure hope this takes care of that issue for you, and I look forward to your feedback! Thanks for allowing us to help you out!
Brian Morris, The Ugly Pool Guy www.WeFixUglyPools.com

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1983 Ford Ranger carburator running way to rich. How do I adjust it?


First ensure air cleaner is OK and flow path not blocked. If OK, rebuild carburetor. Float level may be too high or float valve not working right. You can get rebuild kits online. Rebuilt an autolite 2100 recently for only $15. Let me know if you have more questions.

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How to adjust frequency on transmit??? Galaxy


hELLO THERE
hERE IS SOME MODIFICATIONS FOR THIS RADIO
Galaxy Mods DX 2527 - VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...Hi Power, VR14...AMC, VR15...AM Low Power, VR16...SSB Low Power, VC 1....10.240, VC 2....10.240. DX 2517- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5....FM Deviation, VR 6....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 7....TX Offset, VR 8....CW Beep Level, VR 9....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Final Bias, VR12...Driver Bias, VR13...SSB ALC, VR14...AM/FM High Power, VR15...AM Modulation Meter, VR16...AM Modulation, VR17...SSB Power, VR18...AM/FM Low Power, VR601..13.8 Volt Power Supply. DX 22B- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...High Power, VR14...AMC, VR15...AM Low Power, VR16...SSB Low Power, VR21...TX Offset, VC 1....10.240, VC 2....10.240. DX 11B- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB/CW S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...AM Modulation, VR16...CW Tone Level, VR20...Final Bias, VR21...TX Offset, VR601..13.8 Volt Power Supply, VR803..AM/FM Low Power. DX 77HML, DX 88HL, and DX 99V- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 7....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 8....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR11...Driver Bias, VR12...SSB ALC, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...AM Modulation, VR16...AM/FM Low Power, VR20...Final Bias, VR21...TX Offset.
Unmarked VR in R189..AM/FM Medium Power for DX 77HML only. DX 33HML, DX 44V, DX 55V, DX 66V, and DX 73V- VR 1....AM/FM S-Meter, VR 4....AM/FM Squelch Range, VR 5.....FM Deviation, VR 8....RF Meter, VR12...Low Power AM Modulation, VR13...AM/FM High Power, VR14...High Power AM Modulation, VR16...AM/FM Low Power.
Unmarked VR in R188..AM/FM Medium Power (DX 33HML only)
Unmarked VR in C139..Med Power AM modulation (DX 33HML only) DX 949,DX 959- VR 1....AM S-Meter, VR 2....SSB S-Meter, VR 3....SSB Squelch Range, VR 4....AM Squelch Range, VR 6.....SSB Carrier Balance, VR 7....TX Offset, VR 9....RF Meter, VR10...Final Bias, VR12...Driver Bias, VR13...SSB ALC, VR14...AM High Power, VR15...AM Modulation Meter, VR16...AM Modulation, VR17...SSB Power, VR18...AM Low Power, VC1....10.240. DX 2517 and DX 2527-
Symptom:Buzzing or motorboating sound in either the transmit or receive.
Problem: TR602 is oscillating
Cure: Replace C602 with a .01uF cap {Cap is located in the power supply board}.
RG 66,99,DX2517 Replace Q54 2SB754 60watt 7A with a higher power 2SB817 100 Watt 12A. Derating of this component will cool operation, provide better voltage stability,decrease wobble, allow voltage increase to 14.5 volts comfortably. (replace 10 volt caps in this section of the radio to a minimum of 16 volts before increasing supply voltage to this level)and provide faster swing rise time, Replace Q37 2SA473 to a 2SA1012-0 or ECG153 this will improve the clarity and volume of the modulation and it will also run a lot cooler.

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How do you adjust flow regulator in gas oven


how do I adjust my regulator on a gas range

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Audio limiter


tintlady, here is the info you requested;
the AM limiter is R 276

These are the variable adjustments inside,and what they control.
VR-1 AM S-METER
VR-2 SSB S-METER
VR-3 SSB SQUELCH RANGE
VR-4 AM SQUELCH RANGE
VR-6 SSB CARRIER BALANCE
VR-7 TX OFFSET
VR-9 RF METER
VR-10 FINAL BIAS
VR-12 DRIVER BIAS
VR-13 SSB ALC
VR-14 AM HIGH POWER
VR-15 AM MODULATION METER
VR-16 AM MODULATION
VR-17 SSB POWER
VR-18 AM LOW POWER
VC1-10.240 MHz Frequency adjustment

Hope this helps you out, let me know,,Mechanic

Jan 20, 2008 | Radio Communications

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