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So out of curiosity, what's the going rate for a calibration weight?
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I have located a hunter 700 to buy but I need the manual to calibrate. If you have an x-tra PDF I would really appreciate it. thanks in advance. E-mail rtonkinson1@hotmail.com
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Hunter System 700 wheel balancer Manual

Looking for service manual for my hunter system700 model 711 single phase
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Rtonk, I have sent them to you. Clinton, you have email dissabled on your account.

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manual hunter 700 - 711

Sorry, here is addy - enlowclinton@hotmail.com
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hunter 700

can someone send me the hunter 700 tire balancer manual? also have a question on how to wire this up to a home if anyone can help with that.

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Sent you the files...but.... note that you need three phase 220 for some of the machines...

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Post a pic of the balancer and I could probably tell you the calibration steps. Most Hunter machines are the same when it comes to calibration.

Most are like this:

Set to Calibration/test. Drop the hood. When the spindle stops, raise the hood and screw the calibration weight on the inside (left) spindle plate, and rotate to the 12:00 position. Hit the "enter" (or equivalent) button. Drop the hood. Raise the hood when the spindle stops. Unscrew the calibration weight. Screw it back into the same hole on the outside (right) of the spindle plate. Drop the hood. When it stops, it should say "Cal ready."

Your Hunter rep should have the calibration weights. And nearly all Hunter balancers use the same weights.
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Please Help. hunter system 700 wheele balancer

Hi everyone. I just bought a Hunter System 700 wheele balancer. It is 220 3 phase with a convertor to 220 single phase. I am in need of a user manual and calibration manual. I also need the to purchase the big nut that holds the rim down. My email address is scott42677@yahoo.com. If someone could help me i would be grateful. Thanks.
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I am in need of a user manual and calibration manual. My email address is scott42677@yahoo.com. If someone could help me i would be grateful. Thanks.
Files sent.
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Send me an email address and I will PDF you a copy of the manual
Can you still provide a manual in pdf
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Private message me your email ...glad to send it

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