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white cog setting –
Hey, could someone show me the default white cog setting for the scph-30002. I was adjusting it and lost track of the default setting arghh!!.. its jes getting worse so if ne1 could show me the original position, would greatly appreciate it!!
I have a diagram here to show you what i mean..
I seem to have the same problem....
Can anyone help?
Last edited by andrew84tran; 01-14-2003 at 09:38 AM.
can sum1 plz help?
Best to eyeball it. When the head looks level stop. You can tell when adjusting the cog if you go through the full range of the cog/screw setting when the head looks most level (Byeye!) This is the best place to start.
i dont get wot u mean by the "head looks level"..??
and assuming i do, that setting would be way off...
could sum1 plz post a picture of their default white cog setting?..i jes need 2 kno the default setting...
Last edited by etruong83; 01-15-2003 at 01:12 AM.
Basicly you have to set the white cog to lowest position and then tune it until its roughtly in the center centing (between low and high!!!!!!!!!!!)
Aim for the centre position!!!!!
u mean, setting it where the 'hole' in the cog is? because thats roughly the center...
When you move it you'llsee the black tray going up or down, u need to work around the center area of this!!!
I believe you are not getting the answer you are looking for because there is no way to determine what the default setting is. The white cog is just a round disk with no indicators on it. How can you say what the default setting is when there is no indication on the disk as to where it is in its rotation. The hole is not a valid point of reference because the disk is simply pressed on to the spindle, regardless of where the hole ends up. LOD has given you the information you need to get it back to normal. Basically, you are going to have to eyeball it to get started and make minor adjustments until everything works. That is why it is absolutely imperative to know where your starting point was....perhaps by marking on the disk with a marker.