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Old 12-21-2006, 06:21 AM   #1
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Anyone messed w/the slide adjustments. I have one slide that won't shut off if the button is held too long.

My reading says you can adjust this. However, it seems like I could quickly screw something up being inexperienced.
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Anyone messed w/the slide adjustments. I have one slide that won't shut off if the button is held too long.

My reading says you can adjust this. However, it seems like I could quickly screw something up being inexperienced.
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Old 12-21-2006, 06:50 AM   #3
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I had to adjust one of mine in the last coach. The adjustment consists of slight turning of a pot on the circuit board. Mine were located under the rear sink, howver yours I believe are located mounted on the rail midship in your basement. There are two on each side. The front for that side front and rear for rear. You must remove the cover to access the adjustment. It's not too difficult but do not turn it very far. Very small movements deliver large results.

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