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Motor guide Questionj #12736213
04/30/18 12:12 PM
04/30/18 12:12 PM
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Cypress Springs Guy Offline OP
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Have an older motor guide digital. The steering cable slipped out of the foot pedal. I pushed the pedal down at the back and attached the wire through the little hole. Now the cable is so tight I can’t push the pedal down or forward. Any ideas. Thanks

Re: Motor guide Questionj [Re: Cypress Springs Guy] #12736236
04/30/18 12:39 PM
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Should have cable tension adjustment points on front of foot pedal. Procedure is in owners manual.

Re: Motor guide Questionj [Re: Cypress Springs Guy] #12736393
04/30/18 02:10 PM
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pull the top cap off the motor shaft it may have slipped off the turning drum when the cable had slack in it.

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