(10) Further incremental adjustment is dependent upon the new stop
(a) If the table traveled further out of alignment, cam four must be rotated
a small amount in the opposite direction. Go back to step (6) and proceed.
(b) If the table traveled closer to proper alignment, cam four is being
rotated in the correct direction. Go back to step (6) and proceed.
(11) Upon completion of adjustment, replace the table sub-top and table top.
n. Table Top Left-of-Center Position Adjustment.
Verify adjustment is necessary.
(a) Press the top-center switch (C in figure 1-2) and observe that the
table top centers itself by ensuring the ends of the table top frame align with the ends of
the table body. If the ends are in alignment, no adjustment is necessary.
(b) If the table top centers too far to the left end of the table body,
proceed to step (2).
(c) If the table top centers too far to the right end of the table body,
proceed to paragraph o.
Under no circumstances is any adjustment to be performed while the
table top is being driven. Serious injury could result. Make adjustments
to cam orientation first, and then alternate with verification through
actuating the table top drive system.
Remove the table top and the table sub-top.
(3) Locate the top-drive control-switch assembly (p/n 5536-009.06),
mounted to the table-bearing top inner-frame assembly.
(4) Locate cam two on the top-drive control-switch assembly. Cam two is the
second cam from the gear reducer (p/n 6468.062.01).
Using a 1/4-inch wrench, slightly loosen the screw securing the position
of cam two.