c. In each end housing find a blue tie (1) taped to the base. Remove the tape and pull tie out
d. Lift bearing arm (2) until a click is heard. This raises the lower cylinder bearing. Try to push the
arm back down. If it goes down, the pin did not set Repeat this step until the arm locks in place.
e. Remove the cardboard from the right end of the cylinder.
f. Face the front of the machine. Located on each end is a piece of nylon tubing (3). Remove
this tubing completely and retain it for future use when packing machine for shipment
Cylinder packaging may obscure this tubing. The tubing is wedged
between the endplate and cylinder. The tubing can be seen inside the
endhousings but will be removed only from the front of the
g. Place the Hi/Off/Lo switch in the Off position. Set the speed dial to approximately 5.
Place the Fwd/Rev switch in the Rev position.
If the machine is to be used with a 220 V line source, internal
adjustments must be made by General Support Maintenance.
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