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My vulcan jogger cannot hold the correct speed, but rapidly adjusts the belt speed up & down. How can I fix this

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Ok I got saw running good fast but won’t idle?


the sequence to throttle adjustment is to adjust to high speed first ( screw closest to the air filter) turn in in or out until it fires evenly at rpm and picks up rpm easily
now hold the throttle at full throttle and slowly idle down while adjusting the idle screw ( closest to the butterfly) to maintain engine running
the screw should have been turned all the way in then back out 1 1/2 turns before starting the engine
keep slowing the engine while making very small adjustment until it idles at rpm slow enough that the chain is not driving
If you get it low but it stalls out , then adjust the throttle stop screw to maintain idle rpm
Correct adjustment is from this point the rpm increases rapidly with out falter ( fine tune high speed screw to achieve that)
and when left to idle will do so evenly without driving the chain
all of this working is depending on the carby having new diaphragms , needle height adjustment correct and the system cleaned out

Apr 11, 2018 | Fast Garden

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How to reset/recalibrate your treadmill after replacing drive or incline motor,...


Make sure you recalibrate your treadmill after installing ANY controller, motor or console. You can NOT over calibrate your treadmill. You want to make sure you adjust your pedometer for the correct operating speed and incline adjustment. First plug in your treadmill, do not stand on the walking belt. Hold down the "Stop" and "Speed +" key and insert the safety key or magnet, let go of the two keys. Now press "Stop" key once. This puts you into the level 2 of calibration. Press the "Speed +" key slowly until you see 85 on the console, (at this point the display is going to show the percentage of motor usage and also the actual walking belt speed) at 85% motor usage your top speed should be between 10 and 10.5 MPH or (of 12 and 12.5) depending on the treadmill. You must know your treadmills top speed. (Important the motor may be damaged if you set the maximum speed higher than the maximum speed that your treadmill is made for). If the speed is higher than 10.5 or 12.5 then you need to turn the potentiometer down to the correct level. The adjustment is made with a phillips screwdriver, and the adjustment point is on the motor controller. It is a little square metal box with a yellow plastic adjustment screw inside. If the speed it to low you need to turn the potentiometer higher. Once the speed is correct you are done calibrating the speed. Press the (-) speed key to lower the percentage to (0). Next press the incline (+) button, this will make the incline motor go all the way to the maximum incline and come all the way down to the level position. Then remove the safety key and the treadmill will reset into the normal manual mode. Double check that the treadmill is operating at the correct speed and incline motor works correctly, by running maximum settings. Once you are done, be sure your treadmill is properly protected from surges from power spikes that can destroy the work you just performed.

Hope this helped.

on Dec 08, 2011 | Nordic Track Exercise & Fitness

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Why does my 318 lawn mower back fires


Charlene: According to https://www.briggsandstratton.com/us/en/support/faqs/engine-backfire-afterfire " What causes a small engine backfire & how do I fix it? Backfire typically occurs when the engine is decelerated rapidly.

Common Causes of Backfire:

  • Lowering engine speed too fast
  • Gasoline, which contains higher blends of alcohol
  • Carburetor adjustment set too lean
  • Muffler construction can induce backfire
  • Higher than normal engine temperatures
  • Some carburetors can induce backfire due to the sensitivity of internal transitional passages
    (This condition cannot be corrected).

Possible Fixes for Backfiring:

  • Lower engine speed slowly
  • Follow small engine fuel recommendations and/or switch to brands with low or no alcohol
  • Adjust carburetor for optimum performance
  • Inquire with equipment manufacturer about increasing air volume to decrease engine temperature"
Charlene: I hope that helps! :)
Charlen

May 28, 2015 | John Deere Garden

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The rivot holding the height adjust assembely for the handle is missing how do i fix


Any hardware store will have a metal screw and nuts that will be the correct diameter to fit into the open hole, and the nuts that can be tightened to hold the screw in the proper position.

May 19, 2014 | Bugaboo Cameleon Jogger

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I have a 2000 vulcan 800 classic with the scootworks belt drive. This was installed when I bought the bike. Recently put on new tires and there is no adjustment to loosen the tension of the belt. Shop...


Belt tension would normally be adjusted at the rear wheel the same as a chain, if it is within spec though I would suggest you check the alignment as the belt may be pushing against the lip of the sprocket.

Sep 19, 2017 | 2002 kawasaki VN 800 Vulcan Classic

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How do i set the timeing


There is NO manual timing adjustment for the ignition. It is controlled by the knock sensor and the computer. If you need the timing marks for the timing belt, please respond and I will send it to you. If not, what kind kinds of problems are you experiencing?

Sep 11, 2010 | 2000 Kia Sephia

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Why won't my vision fitness simple T9500 run? I tried holding down the stop button for 3 seconds. It did clear the screen. Then when I hit start it puts 6000 in the screen and will not run. It beeps as if...


With the safety key in place, press and hold “ELEVATION UP” and “SPEED DOWN” for 5 seconds. The software version will appear in display window shortly before model number appears. Press “ENTER” to accept correct model number IF YOU CANNOT GET INTO CALIBRATION EITHER UPPER CONSOLE ELECTRONICS OR OVERLAY CONSOLE ASSEMBLY HAS FAILED.
• Press “STOP” to enter “ENG1”. Press “ENTER”. PLEASE NOTE: HR Window = “0” for miles, “1” for kilometers, treadmill will calibrate in kilometers if set for kilometers. STEP 2 MINIMUM SPEED • Press “ELEVATION DOWN” button, “P0” will appear in display. • Press “START” button, the running belt will begin to move at minimum speed. • The display window should read approximately “.49 - .51”. • To adjust, press “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons, the range should be “.49 - .51”. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “P0”. STEP 3 1/4 SPEED • Press “ELEVATION UP” button, “SP1” will appear in display. • Press “START” button, the belt will move 1/4 speed. • The display should read approximately “2.71 - 2.73”. • To adjust, press “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons, the range should be “2.71 - 2.73”. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “SP1”. STEP 4 1/2 SPEED • Press “ELEVATION UP” button, “P1” will appear in display. • Press “START” button, the belt will move at 1/2 speed. • The display should read approximately “6.72 - 6.73”. • To adjust, press “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons, the range should be “6.72 - 6.73”. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “P1”. STEP 5 3/4 SPEED • Press “ELEVATION UP” button, “SP2” will appear in display. • Press “START” button, the belt will move at 3/4 speed. • The display should read approximately “9.41 - 9.43”. • To adjust, press “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons, the range should be “9.41 - 9.43”. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “SP2”.
STEP 6 MAXIMUM SPEED • Press “ELEVATION UP” button, “P2” will appear in display. • Press “START” button, the belt will move at maximum speed. • The display should read approximately “12.10 - 12.12”. • To adjust, press “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons, the range should be “12.10 - 12.12”. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “P2”. STEP 7 MINIMUM ELEVATION • Press “ELEVATION UP” button twice, “P4” will appear in display. • The display should ready approximately “190 - 205”. • To adjust, press “ENTER” for value which should read “190 - 205”. Use “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “P4”. STEP 8 MAXIMUM ELEVATION • Press “ELEVATION UP” button, “P5” will appear in display. • The display should read approximately “750 - 765”. • To adjust, press “ENTER” for value which should read “750 - 765”. Use “SPEED UP” or “SPEED DOWN” buttons. Press and hold “ENTER” to save changes. Press “STOP” to return to “P5”. REMOVE SAFETY KEY TO EXIT ENGINEERING MODE REPLACE SAFETY KEY AND PRESS START TO TEST TREADMILL

Jun 14, 2010 | Dmm Vision Fitness T9500 Treadmill

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Put a brand new drive belt on my sony PS-LX250H and the sound


If the belt is installed correctly (around the center ring on the underside of the metal platter & around the motor post), try adjusting the SW screw on the underside of the unit that apparently fine-tune adjusts speed. It fixed the speed on my turntable - more info/instructions on it are posted under Mocamom1's question & solutions regarding PS-LX250H speed adjustment.

May 09, 2009 | Sony PS-LX250H Turntable

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Lifter adjustment


IF I recall correctly, the Kawasaki valves are adjusted by shims as opposed to a lock-down screw or hydraulic lifters. The shims come in different thicknesses. As the valve parts wear, a change in shims is how the valves are adjusted.

Mar 13, 2009 | 2003 kawasaki VN 800 Vulcan Classic

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