Case 1394 linkage down not fully

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Case 1394 linkage down not fully

Post by vitormdmendes » Tue Jul 09, 2019 5:41 pm

Hello everyone
I've been walking away but I've come back. I live in portugal. I have a DB 885. Later I will post some videos.
A friend has a red and black 1394 Case. There's a problem:
The arms go down halfway and do not pass from there.
Any ideas?

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Re: Case 1394 linkage down not fully

Post by ollek » Wed Jul 10, 2019 5:47 am

There is a spring load when you push the main control lever forward, if the lowering speed is adjusted to very slow. Try to push the lever fully forward against the spring load and if this helps adjust the lowering speed to faster. If this do not help, then there is a adjustment fault made by someone that do not know what to do. The following link takers you to the Selectamatic adjustments ... lic-system

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