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SPECIFICATIONS
Item Electrical Requirements Product Compatibility Maximum Tire Diameter Capacity Maximum Tire Width Capacity Minimum/ Maximum Rim Diameter Capacity Minimum/ Maximum Rim Width Capacity Maximum Tire/ Rim Weight Capacity Balancing Speed Tire/ Rim Balancing Modes Cycle Time Type of Data Entry Self Calibrating Function Automatic Start Feature Brake Type Wheel Stops Weight /Length Selections Balancing Accuracy Overall Dimensions Net Weight

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Description See the manufacturer s Serial plate For Most Passenger Car And Light Truck Wheels 31.5 20 10-24 1.5-20 143Pounds 200RPM Normal, ALU1, ALU2, ALU3,Static 10 Seconds Keypad w/L.E.D. Display Indicators Semi-Automatic ,User Assisted Data Entry st (1 Set Up ,Or When Desired ) Starts When Safety Guard is Closed Automatic At Top Ounce And Gram /Inch And Millimeter .035 Ounce (1Gram) 52Wx40Lx65H(Safety Guard Open) 52Wx38Lx50-1/4H(Safety Guard Closed) 265Pounds

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You will need this manual for the safety warnings and precautions, assembly, operating , inspection , maintenance and procedures , parts list and assembly diagram .keep your invoice with this manual .Write the invoice number on the inside of the front cover .Keep this manual and invoice in a safe and dry place for future reference.

2. GENERAL SAFETY WARNINGS

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PRECAUTIONS

1. KEEP WORK AREA CLEAN AND DRY .Cluttered, damp ,or wet work areas invite injuries . 2. KEEP CHILDREN AWAY FROM WORK AREA .Do not allow children to handle this product . 3. STORE IDLE EQUIPMENT. When not in use ,tools and equipment should be stored in a dry location to inhibit rust .Always lock up tools and equipment ,and keep out of reach of children. 4. DO NOT USE THIS PRODUCT IF UNDER THE INFLUENCE OF ALCOHOL OR DRUGS .Read warning labels on prescriptions to determine if your judgement or reflexes are impaired while taking drugs .If there is any doubt ,do not attempt to use this product . 5. USER EYE PROTECTION .Wear approved safety impact eyeglasses when using this product . 6. DRESS SAFELY. Do not wear loose clothing or jewelry, as they can become caught in moving parts .Wear a protective hair covering to prevent long hair from becoming caught in moving parts . 7. DO NOT OVERREACH. Keep proper footing and balance at all times to prevent tripping ,falling ,back
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injury ,etcetera . 8. STAY ALERT .Watch what you are doing at all times. Use common sense .Do not use this product when you are tired or distracted from the job at hand . 9. CHECK FOR DAMAGED PARTS .Before using this product ,carefully check that it will operate properly and perform its intended functions .Check for damaged parts and any other conditions that may affect the operation of this product .Replace or repair damaged or worn parts immediately . 10. REPLACEMENT PARTS AND ACCESSORIES :When servicing ,use only identical replacement part .Only use accessories intended for use with this product . 11. MAINTAIN THIS PRODUCT WITH CARE. Keep this product clean and dry for better and safer performance . 12. MAINTENANCE :For your safety ,service and maintenance Should be performed regularly by a qualified technician . 13. USE THE RIGHT TOOL FOR THE JOB .Do not attempt to force a small tool or attachment to do the work of a larger industrial tool . There are certain applications for which this tool was designed ,It will do the job better and more safely at the rate for which it was intended .Do not modify this tool ,and do not use this tool for a purpose for which it was not intended . 14. WARNING: The warnings, precautions ,and instructions discussed in this manual cannot cover all possible conditions and situations that may occur .The operator must understand that common sense and caution are factors ,which cannot be built into this product .but must be supplied by the operator .

3. SPECIFIC

PRODUCT WARNING AND

PRECAUTIONS

1. MAKE SURE THIS MACHINE IS USED ON A DRY ,FLAT ,LEVEL ,OIL/GREASE FREE ,CONCRETE SURFACE capable of supporting the weight of the wheel balancer ,the tire being balanced ,and any additional tool and equipment . 2. BEFORE EACH USE ,ALWAYS EXAMINE THE WHEEL BALANCER FOR STRUCTURAL CRACKS AND BENDS ,DAMAGE TO THE SAFETY GUARD AND ELECTRICAL WIRING ,AND ANY OTHER CONDITION THAT MAY AFFECT THE SAFE OPERATION OF THE MACHINE. Do not use the Wheel Balancer even if minor damage appears . (See FIGURE C.) 3. MAINTAIN A SAFE WORKING ENVIRONMENT .Keep the work area well lit .make sure there is adequate surrounding workspace .always keep the work area free of obstructions ,grease ,oil, trash ,and other debris .Do not use the wheel balancer in a damp or wet location .Do not use wheel balancer in area near flammable chemicals ,dusts ,and vapors . 4. THIS WHEEL BALANCER IS DESIGNED FOR USE WITH MOST PASSENGER CAR AND LIGHT DUTY TRUCK WHEELS. Do not attempt to exceed this machine's maximum wheel diameter capacity of 31-1/2 or the maximum wheel width capacity of 20. 5. PRIOR TO BEGINNING A JOB ,MAKE SURE THE SAFETY GUARD IS IN THE PROPER LOWERED POSITION .DO NOT RAISE THE SAFETY GUARD UNTIL THE SPINNING WHEEL COMES TO A COMPLETE STOP . (See FIGURE C.) 6. ALWAYS KEEP HANDS ,FINGERS AND FEET AWAY FROM THE MOVING PATS OF THE WHEEL BALANCER WHILE THE MACHINE IS IN USE .Remain clear of the spinning wheel while is being balanced . 7. NEVER LEAVE THE WHEEL BALANCER UNATTENDED WHEN IT IS RUNNING .After completing a wheel balancing job turn the power switch to its OFF position ,and wait the machine comes to a complete stop before leaving (See FIGURE C.)
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MAKE SURE TO READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL INSTRUCTIONS AND SAFETY PRECAUTIONS AS OUTLINED THE MANUFACTURER'S MANUAL FOR THE WHEEL YOU ARE BALANCING ,AND THE VEHICLE THE WHEEL IS TO BE USED ON . BEFORE TURNING THE MACHINE ON ,MAKE SURE TOOLS ,TOOL TRAYS, WHEEL WEIGHTS, AND OTHER PARTS AND EQUIPMENT ARE REMOVED FROM THE IMMEDIATELY VICINITY OF THE MOUNTED WHEEL THAT IS TO BE BALANCED . NEVER STAND OR ALLOW AN OBSERVER TO STAND IN LINE WITH THE SPINNING WHEEL . THE WHEEL BALANCER DOES NOT COME EQUIPPED WITH AN ELECTRIAL POWER PLUG .Prior to using ,this machine requires the attachment of a grounded ,3-prong 220/110volt power plug to its power cord.For your safety ,only a qualified ,certified electrician should attach the power plug onto the Power Cord .Never remove the grounding prong or modify the plug in any way .Do not use adapter plugs with the power plug . IF AN EXTENSION CORDS (not provided)IS USED ,MAKE SURE TO USE ONLY UL APPROVED CORDS HAVING THE CORRECT GAUGE AND LENGTH . ALWAYS UNPLUG THE WHEEL BALANCER FROM ITS ELECTRICAL SUPPLY SOURCE BEFORE PERFORMING ANY INSPECTION, MAINTENANCE OR CLEANING PROCEDURES . WARNING :People with pacemakers should consult their physician(s) before using this product .Operation of electrical equipment in close proximity to a heart pacemaker could cause interference or failure of the pacemaker .

4. UNPACKING
When unpacking ,check to make sure all the parts shown on the Parts Lists (pages 17, and 18) are included .If any parts are missing or broken ,please call the distributor as soon as possible .

5. INSTALLATION

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ASSEMBLY

INSTRUCTIONS

Note :for additional references to the parts listed below, (refer to the Assembly Diagrams on pages 12 through 16 ). To Determine The Proper Location For The Wheel Balancer : 1. WARNING : make sure this machine is used on a dry ,oil/grease free ,flat ,level ,CONCRETE surface capable of supporting the weight of the Wheel Balancer ,the wheel being balanced ,and any addition tools and equipment . 2. the wheel balancer is designed for indoors use only .Do not install or use the wheel balancer outdoors ,or in damp or wet locations . 3. make sure to check the desired location for possible obstructions such as a low ceiling ,overhead lines ,adequate working area ,access ways ,exits ,etcetera .the Wheel Balancer should be located in an area free of flammable materials and liquids . To Mount The Wheel Balancer On A Floor Surface : 1. with assistance ,and with the use of a lifting device ,stand the wheel balancer in its upright position in the desired work location .use the three ,1/2 machine mounting holes located at the base of the body as a template to mark the points where three floor anchor holes will be drilled in the floor surface. Then, temporarily remove the Wheel Balancer . 2. Where previously marked on the concrete floor surface ,drill three 1/2diameter, minimum 4deep, anchor holes . NOTE: Be sure to blow out the cement dust from the drilled holes .
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3. Move the Wheel Balancer back to the desired location , and the three machine mounting holes at the base of the Body with the three previously drilled floor anchor holes .If necessary , level the Wheel Balancer by inserting steel shims between the base of the machine and the concrete floor surface . Do not exceed more than 1/2thickness of shims . 4. Secure the Wheel Balancer to the concrete floor surface ,using three 1/2 diameter concrete anchor bolts of appropriate length , three washers , and three nuts (not provided ). To Attach The Safety Guard To The Wheel Balancer: 1. Slide the mounting hole of the safety Guard onto the Shaft . Make sure to position the mounting hole of the Safety Guard against the pre-attached sheath . (See Assy .Diagram B.) 2. .Then ,secure the Safety Guard to the Shaft ,using the Screw and Nut. Attaching the Safety Guard to the machine is now completed . (See Assy .Diagram B.) 3. The Safety Guard must always be in place while the Wheel Balancer is in operation .

6. CONTROL BOARD

FEATURES

NOTE :For additional references to the parts listed below , (refer to the Assembly Diagrams on pages 12 through 16)
A B C D E F H G

a
ALU1

d
START

ALU2

STOP
ALU3

FIGURE A A. Inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display. Indicates what size weight to attach on inside edge of wheel rim . B. Outer side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display. Indicates what size weight to attach on outside edge of wheel rim . C. Display showing the type of ALU balancing procedure selected . D. Wheel rim distance calibration key . E. Wheel rim width calibration key . F. Wheel rim diameter calibration key . G. START measuring cycle key . H. Emergency STOP cycle key . I. Threshold key .Use when the machine is at a standstill (not spinning ),and only when the readings on the Inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display and Outer side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display must indicate an unbalance reading of below 0.2 ounces (5 grams ).
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J. K. L. M. N. O. P.

Unbalance Optimization key . allows you to reduce the amount of weight to add to the wheel rim in order for it to be balanced. Numeric key .Allows you to display all readings in ounces /inches ,or grams /mm. self calibrating . Recalculation key . Allows you to cancel some or all previously entered values . ALU mode of correction. Unbalance optimization display .indicates the STATIC balancing procedure has been selected . Outer side UNBALANCE POSITION display .Indicates the weight must be attached at the top of the wheel rim when all LED's are illuminated . Inner side UNBALANCE POSITION display .Indicates the weight must be attached at the top of the wheel rim when all LED's are illuminated .

7.OPERATING THE
The following operations can be carried out using the keyboard:

CONTROL BOARD

Varying the distance (dimension a )--------------------------------------------------------------Varying the width (dimension b )------------------------------------------------------------------Varying the diameter (dimension: d )------------------------------------------------------------Recalculating the values-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Disp. The values below the threshold------------------------------------------------------------Dyn. Static ALUx Dynamic--------------------------------------------------------------------------Static Dynamic-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ALUx Dynamic-----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------Balancer self-calibrating-----------------------------------------------------------------------------Start by closing the guard----------------------------------------------------------------------------Unbalance measured in gm or oz-----------------------------------------------------------------Width measured in mm or inches------------------------------------------------------------------Diameter measured in mm or inches-------------------------------------------------------------Optimizing unbalance---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Start measuring cycle---------------------------------------------------------------------------------Emergency cycle stop----------------------------------------------------------------------------------

a b d D < A C C ( C C C C C

or a or b or d

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A A + START D + a or or C C + b + d )+ START

+ a + b + d

OPT START STOP

FIGURE B 8. GENERAL OPERATING INSTRUCTIONS

Note: For addition references to the parts listed below ,refer to the Assembly Diagrams on pages 12 through 16). To Mount A Wheel Onto The Balancer : 1. Connect the plug (not provided)of the Power Cord into a properly ground ,3-hole ,220 volt ,electrical receptacle (See Assy . Diagram E .) 2. Raise the Safety Guard to its full up position . (See FIGURE C ,And Assy .Diagram E.) 3. Select the proper size Cone diameter that will ensure the wheel rim is tightly secured (no wheel wobble )to the Transmission shaft . Insert the Cone onto the Transmission Shaft . (See FIGURE C ,And Assy .Diagram A.)
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4. Insert the center hole of the wheel rim onto the transmission Shaft .Make sure to position the inner side of the wheel rim against the cone. (See FIGURE C ,And Assy .Diagram A.) 5. Hold the Adjustable Nut with both hands .While doing so .use your thumb to move the Thumb Lock on the Adjustable Nut to the right .While holding the Thumb Lock in position , slide the Adjustable Nut onto the Transmission Shaft and firmly against the outside of the wheel rim. Then, release the Thumb Lock and allow it to lock the wheel rim in place on the Transmission Shaft (See FIGURE C ,And Assy .Diagram A.)

To Make Wheel Measurements : 1. Note :though the wheel balancer may be programmed input numeric values and display numeric values in ounces /inches or grams /mm ,this manual will use ounces/inches numeric values for ease of instructions on how to select and change numeric value in ounces/inches or grams /millimeters see FIGURE B. 2. Remove all old weights ,dirt. and debris from the wheel that is to be measured and balanced . 3. Turn the Power Switch to its onposition . (See FIGURE C ,And Assy .Diagram E.) 4. Measure the wheel rim distance (reading a) by pulling the Rim Distance Pointer horizontally to the right until its tip touches the top /inner edge of the wheel rim (See FIGURE C ,F, And Assy .Diagram B.) FIGURE D 5. Attached to the Rim Distance Pointer is the Rim Distance Gauge which indicates the numeric value (in inches or millimeters )to enter for the wheel rim distance . (See FIGURE D ,And Assy .Diagram B.)
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6. Make sure to move the rim Distance Pointer away from the wheel rim and back to its original position .Then ,enter then distance numeric value that was shown on the Rim Distance Gauge by following the instructions in FIGURE B. 7. Wheel rim manufactures usually indicate the wheel rim width (reading b)by stamping the width numeric value into the top /outer edge of the wheel rim .locate the manufacturer's stamped width numeric value on the wheel rim . Note: If the manufacturer does not indicate the width ,use the Rim Caliper that is provided with the Wheel Balancer .To do so ,position one tip of the Rim Caliper against the top /inner edge of the wheel rim .Place the other tip of the Rim Caliper against the top /outer edge of the wheel rim .The gauge on the Rim Caliper will indicate the proper width.(See FIGURE D) 8. Enter the width numeric value shown on the wheel rim (or Rim Caliper )by following the instruction in FIGURE B. 9. Tire manufactures usually indicate the tire diameter (reading d)by stamping the diameter numeric value into the outer edge of the tire .locate the manufacture's stamped numeric value on the tire. ( See FIGURE D .) 10. Enter the diameter numeric value shown on the by following the instructions in FIGURE B 11. The wheel balancer is now calibrated ,and ready to perform the measuring cycle . To Perform The Measuring Cycle : 1. Close the Safety Guard.(See FIGURE C, and Assy O. Diagram D) 2. The wheel will automatically accelerate to the balancing speed ,and then automatically brake (stop spinning ) . 3. Display A will indicate in numeric terms the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE, or the amount of weight in ounces or grams that will be required to balance the inner side of the wheel . (See FIGURE A.) 4. Display B will indicate in numeric terms the Outer Side UNBALANCE VALUE ,or the amount of weight in ounces or grams that will be required to balance the outer side of the wheel . (See FIGURA.) 5. Note : An UNBALANCE VALUE reading below 0.4 to 0.5ounces (10-12grams )is normally sufficient for proper balancing .if a more precise reading is required, the Threshold key may be used to reduce the reading below 0.2 ounces (5 grams )with the machine at a standstill .To do to so ,refer to Figures A , and B. 6. Display P will indicate the correct location at which ,the weight should be attached to the inner side of the wheel rim .if all the LED's are illuminated in Display P ,the weight must be attached ,at the top of the vertical axis of the wheel rim .if not all LED's are illuminated ,manually turn the wheel slightly to the right or left until all the LED's illuminate .then ,attach the weight at the top of the vertical axis of the wheel rim . (See FIGURE A.) 7. Display O will indicate the correct location at which the weight should be attached to the outer side of the wheel rim .If all the LED's are illuminated in display O, the weight must be attached at the top of the vertical axis of the wheel rim . If not all LED's are illuminated ,manually turn the wheel slightly to the right or left until all the LED's illuminate .then ,attach the weight at the top of the vertical axis of the wheel rim . (See FIGURE A.) 8. Manufacturers of wheel rim weights typically stamp on weight itself the amount of weight in ounces and grams .Select the weight (s) (not provided )with the same numeric values as are on Displays P And Displays O . Then attach the corresponding weight(s) respectively to the desired locations on the inner side and outer side of the wheel rim ,using the Weight Pliers provided with the Wheel Balancer . To Perform The Self- Calibration Process :
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1. Mount a balanced or unbalanced , wheel with normaldimensions onto the Wheel Balancer . (See FIGURE C.) 2. Make the wheel distance ,width ,and diameter measurements on the wheel ,and enter the numeric values . (See FIGURE B.) 3. At the same time ,press and hold downs the keys C and START . Make sure not to release pressure on either key . (See FIGURE B.) 4. On the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (A on the Control Board )will appear the flashing letters CAL which indicates the machine is asking for confirmation of the request for self calibration ,NOTE: if you wish to continue the self calibration process you must keep the two keys mentioned in step 3# pressed down until the letters CAL stop flashing . (See FIGURE A, and B.) 5. When the letters CALstop flashing ,release the keys Cand START.Then , close the wheel guard ,to begin the first cycle of self calibration . (See FIGURE A, and B.) 6. At the end of the first cycle of self-calibration ,the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (A on the Control Board )will read ADD 100. At the same time ,the outer side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display LED's will flash (B on the Control Board).At this time, apply a weight of 3.5ounces(or 100grams ) to the outer side of the wheel . 7. Close the wheel guard , the machine will now be fully calibrated at the end of this cycle ,and on the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (A on the Control Board )will appear the flashing letters END CALwhich indicates the self calibration process is completed . (See FIGURE A, and B.) 8. NOTE :The information that the Wheel Balancer records from the self calibration process is automatically stored and maintained in its memory bank .Even so ,the self calibration process can be repeated as often as is desired or whenever the correct functioning of the machine is in doubt . The Static And Alu Functions: 1. NORMAL :For balancing wheel rims made of steel or light alloy .attach clip on weights to the edge of the wheel rim . (See FIGURE E.) 2. ALU1: For balancing wheel rims make of light alloy .attach adhesive weights to the side of the wheel rim(See FIGURE E.) 3. ALU2:For balancing wheel rims made of light alloy .Attach hidden ,external ,adhesive weights . (See FIGURE E.) FIGURE E 4. ALU3 :for combing balancing .attach clip-on weight on the outer edge and adhesive weight on the inner
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side . (See FIGURE E.) 5. STATIC : For balancing motorcycle wheel or when it is impossible to attach the weights to both sides of the wheel rim . (See FIGURE E.) 6. NOTE :The ALU functions may be selected at any time to provide a reading of the weights to be attached to different locations on the wheel rim if NORMAL is not desired .Press key A to select the desired function (ALU1 ,ALU2 ,ALU3 )For each different ALU function ,the UNBALANCE VALUE displays will indicate the real numeric values of the weight(s) based on the location of the weight .(See FIGURE A, and B.) The Optimizing Unbalance Process : 1. NOTE :The optimizing unbalance process allows you to reduce the amount of weight to add to the wheel in order to balance it . 2. Mount the unbalanced wheel onto the Wheel Balancer . (See FIGURE C.) 3. Make the wheel distance , width ,and diameter measurements on the wheel ,and enter the numeric values . (See FIGURE B, and F.) 4. Press the OPTkey on the Control Board .the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital (A on the Control Board )will read , r s . (See FIGURE A, and D.) 5. Close the wheel guard so that the machine will begin on a measuring cycle . 6. When the measuring cycle ends ,the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (A on the Control Board ) will give an instruction to turn the tire on the wheel rim . Before doing so , make a reference mark with chalk on the flange of the Wheel Balancer and the wheel rim in order to later match the exact points on the wheel rim and tire bead when refitting . Then temporarily remove wheel from the wheel Balancer ,deflate the tire ,and use a tire remover (not provided )to rotate the tire 180 degrees on the wheel rim . (See Assy . Diagram A .) 6. Inflate the tire ,and mount the wheel back onto the wheel balancer ,using the chalk mark in order to mount the wheel exactly as it was before . (See FIGURE C.) 7. Close the wheel guard so that the machine will begin running a second measuring cycle . 8. When the measuring cycle ends ,the outer side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (B on the Control Board)will read a numeric percent (%) which indicates a percent of reduction in the UNBALANCE VALUE compared to the traditional method of obtaining the static UNBALANCE VALUE .At the same time ,the inner side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (A on the Control Board )will read the current static UNBALANCE VALUE ,This is the VALUE that can be reduced by the percentage indicate on the outer side UNBALANCE VALUE digital display (B on the Control Board ) (See FIGURE A, and D.) 9. Press the stop key to end the optimizing unbalance process .Repeat Step #3 on the previous page ,and repeat the traditional measuring cycle process . 9. INSPECTION , MAINTENANCE , AND CLEANING

1. CAUTION :Always turn the power switch to its off position and unplug the Power Cord from its electrical outlet before performing any inspection ,maintenance .or cleaning . (See Assy . Diagram E .) 2. BEFORE EACH USE ,inspect the general condition of the Wheel Balancer Check for loose screws ,loose floor bolts , misalignment or binding of moving parts ,cracked or broken parts ,damaged electrical wiring ,and any other condition that may affect its safe operation .If abnormal noise or vibration occurs ,have the problem corrected before further use .Do not use damaged equipment .
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3. PERIODICALLY ,use a premium quality , lightweight oil to lubricate all moving parts . 4. TO TIGHTEN OR REPLACE THE PULLEY BELT :Periodically ,it may be necessary to tighten the tension or replace the Pulley Belt. To do so ,remove the two Screws .Empty the Tool Tray of all weight ,tools ,etc, and remove the Tool Tray from the rest of the machine .loosen the four Nuts so that the motor may be moved horizontally forward and backward .To tighten the tension ,move the motor backward until the Pulley Belt is tight to the touch and re-tighten the four Nuts .To replace the pulley belt ,move the Motor forward toward the Pulley ,and replace it with a new Pulley Belt ,Then move the motor backward unit the Pulley Belt is tight to the touch and re-tighten the four Nuts .Attach the Tool Tray back onto the machine ,and secure it in place with the two screws previously removed on the front and two screws previously removed on the back of the Tool Tray . (See Assy . Diagram D, E, and A .) 5. TO REPLACE FUSES ;If it becomes necessary to replace two electrical circuit Fuses ,remove the two Screws on the front and two Screw on the back of the Tool Tray .Empty the Tool Tray of all weights ,tools etc., and remove the Tool Tray from the rest of the machine .Remove the two Fuses from the Power Board ,and replace them with two new Fuse . NOTE : Even if only one Fuse is defective ,it is recommended to always replace both Fuses at the same time . (See Assy . Diagram C, and D .) 6. With a soft brush ,cloth ,or vacuum ,remove all debris from the wheel balancer . 7. When necessary ,wipe with a damp cloth ,using a mild detergent or mild solvent 8. When storing ,keep the wheel balancer covered with a clean cloth . PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING CAREFULLY THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR DISTRIBUTOR HAS PROVIDED THE PARTS LIST AND ASSEMBLY DIAGRAM IN THIS MANUAL AS A REFERENCE TOOL ONLY. NEITHER THE MANUFACTURER OR DISTRIBUTOR MAKES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND TO THE BUYER THAT HE OR SHE IS QUALIFIED TO MAKE ANY REPAIRS TO THE PRODUCT, OR THAT HE OR SHE IS QUALIFIED TO REPLACE ANY PARTS OF THE PRODUCT. IN FACT, THE MANUFACTURER AND/OR DISTRIBUTOR EXPRESSLY STATES THAT ALL REPAIRS AND PARTS REPLACEMENTS SHOULD BE UNDERTAKEN BY CERTIFIED AND LIABILITY TECHNICIANS,AND NOT BY THE BUYER. THE BUYER ASSUMES ALL RISK AND LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF HIS OR HER REPAIRS TO THE ORIGINAL PRODUCT OR REPLACEMENT PARTS THERETO , OR ARISING OUT OF HIS OR HER INSTALLATION OF REPLACEMENT PARTS THERETO.

MEANING OF ERROR CODE 1.There is no rotation signal. The transducer could be in a wrong position, the motor could have failed to start, something could stop the movement of the wheel. 2.During the detecting rounds the speed of the rim has lowered to less than. 3.Mistake in the mathematic calculations, probably due to an auto-setting carried out in a wrong way. Repeat the auto-setting operation. Wheel s unbalances are too relevant. 4.The motor rotates reverse. 5.The protection was open before the spin start. 6 Mistake within the memory of the auto-setting values. Repeat auto-setting. 7.Mistake during auto-setting procedure. It could be due to the second spin completed without adding the reference weight, or to the interrupted transducers cable.

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