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 Post subject: Stiff Foward and Reverse control knob. PROBLEM SOLVED
PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2017 3:44 pm 
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Can anyone explain why shifting directions on the Bauer is rather difficult. I have had the T60, T502 and now the T600 and all have been hard to shift. Stopping a film and attempting to run it in reverse is near impossible. If it is running forward and you shift it rearward an over run the Stop position it might change. The control in any position is not smooth like other projectors. Is there a trick to this?


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