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Old 05-07-2012, 08:11 AM   #22
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Originally Posted by LanEvo View Post
How do you set the tension?
There's a "dial" or knob that you twist to adjust the spring/reference tension. The dial is often marked in one lb increments, and many machines have 5 tick marks on them (pretty good precision). The "meter" that shows you the actual tension is elsewhere on the machine, typically marked off in 5 lb increments.

When you see the meter in between 55 and 60, for example, and your knob/dial is set at a "3," you'd just add 55 + 3, and you'd see your tension is at 58 lbs.
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