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Old 03-15-2009, 06:35 PM
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Hunter 700 balancer

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Send me an email adress and I will send you the service manual in PDF form
I also would like intuction manuel if you still have this was off older post sometime back,thanks mike Mhenry@elmore.rr.com

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Lot of Old 700's

Must be lot's of old 700 Balancers out there, Manuals sent...GL
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Hunter System 700

Hi went to fire up our balancer this morning and it's not working. .. I would really appreciate a copy of the manuals and calibration instructions.... Thank You very much in advance
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hunter system 700

If any of the manuals or repair specs are still available
edgyboy , a new member who just registered less than an hour ago , still has his fingers crossed. Please forward a copy to edwanders@aol.com

Thanking all of you who choose to respond. :
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another hunter 700

Any info out there on the automatic stop(reverse polarity)on the 700 series.Mine works only when the stop button is pushed and held.Also requires the stop button or it will spin all day.I kinda figured both problems are related.The caliberation specs would be a great help too.reply to jennandteddie@aol.com . Thanks Ted
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Huter System 700 pdf

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Send me an email adress and I will send you the service manual in PDF form

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sent ...good luck,


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i need the manual or the procedure to calibrate my hunter 700...someone can help me...?
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Send me your email address and I will fix you up...

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Need Help Calabrating Hunter 700 Wheel Balancer

Hello
I Have A Hunter 700 Wheel Balancer 3 Phaze.
Can Someone Send Me Service Manual And Owner Manuals?
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Hunter 700

Hi new to the forum, but I would also like a calibration manual/instructions to calibrate a 700 hunter wheel balencer. Please send to
gso@artmaintenance.com
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mlovely@triad.rr.com
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File Sent, good luck with that old beast.. Mike
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Hunter 700 cal

Thanks oldcpecdr. I appreciate it very much. Have been going through the manual and trying to perform the Pre-Calibration Check, it says to place the Static/Dynamic switch in the Override position. This machine has Dynamic, Static, and Test. I assume that test is the override position, but I am not sure as it only reads on the upper display and we are looking for both upper and lower to read zero! So I tried again in Dynamic and in fact both upper and lower read zero. Then on to the Calibration itself, and I do not have the 278 gram calibration weight (P/N 65-27-2). Is this something that is still available or am I reaching to far back for this perticular piece of equiptment?
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