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Old 10-30-2005, 12:21 AM   #1
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when setting he HSN . Is turning the screw 360 considered one turn or is it 180.. sorry as you can tell by my question i am a newb.. thanks for your help
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when setting he HSN . Is turning the screw 360 considered one turn or is it 180.. sorry as you can tell by my question i am a newb.. thanks for your help
When adjusting any needle, a 360 degree turn is considered a turn. 180 would be half.
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