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How to calibrate coax stripper tool?!?

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#1 of 2 OFFLINE   Lynn Johnson

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Posted January 31 2003 - 05:03 AM

Well, I started playing around, attempting to make my first component cables yesterday. Well, the first cut wasn't "exactly" perfect, so I attempted to adjust, and adjust again, and again...etc. So now, it isn't anywhere near where it started. Anyone have a good idea on how to get it back to near default? The tool I am referring to is the one used here...


Thanks in advance!

#2 of 2 OFFLINE   Sanjay Uppal

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Posted January 31 2003 - 06:35 PM

Lynn, If you are referring to the Canare TS-100E, the foldout manual came with the settings for the Screws A and B left, B middle and B right. So for the cable you are setting it to, read off the setting value in mm, take the handy ruler that came with the unit and turn the screws until you reach the setting. I do not know of any automated way to get the default values back save adjusting them individually using the set screw settings in the foldout. Sanjay

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