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Hunter System 700 tire balancer

I just bought a used Hunter System 700 electronic balancer. This one even came with the user's manual and parts list. It appears to date from the 1980s (the manual cover has a picture of a Ford Fairmont). Unfortunately, the manual has nothing on calibration. Is anyone familiar with the calibration requirements or process for this unit? Thanks.

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Send me an email adress and I will send you the service manual in PDF form
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does anyone have the procedure on how to calerbrate this machine
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Send me an email address and I will PDF you a copy of the manual
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my email is jeremy_millikan@hatomail.com
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Have you tried contacting the manufacturer?

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I tried your email address and it just returns to me, PM me another address or email me at oldcpecdr@aol.com. and I will send you the factory manuals
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oldcpecdr,
Could you email me the service manual for the system 700 balancer too?
My email is ggmelton@yahoo.com
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Hunter 700 wheel balancer manual

I'm in the same boat, floating with no paddles. I have no clue how to use the machine so if anyone has access to a manual it would be greatly appreciated.
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I forgot to leave my email address just in case, ggp53@yahoo.com
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Re: hunter manual

Thanks to oldcpecdr for the manuals. I received them shortly after my post today. You guys are great
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Is the Hunter 700 a 3-phase or single phase unit?
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My 700 is a single phase unit.
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Send me an email adress and I will send you the service manual in PDF form
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