Case Electric Spools

Fragonard

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is Is it possible to adjust the electric spools through this type of dash?
 

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Fragonard

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Adjust or calibrate?????

Adjustment is carried out using the big knob under the armrest push down then turn left or right to select spool then press again and flow, timers ect can all be set.
Adjust.
They are in constant pumping-the switches don't return to neutral
 

robbie

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The switches don't, you need to be careful with them.
Set the time to correspond with ram stroke then when you click them into work they'll do there thing and then cut out without having to worry about them.
 

robbie

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You can set the times by holding down the little clock symbol Infront of the spool until it starts flashing then operate spool on way wait a few seconds and then the other way and it'll save the times for that spool. You can then push the clock button to activate the pre set times and then press it again to switch timers off, the timers are saved until you either alter them through the dash or store another time via the clock symbol next to the spool.
 

Ali_Maxxum

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Assume you have the latest Multicontroller arm rest? As Robbie said, lift the arm rest and use the big knob at the top, press it and it goes straight into the spool settings, you can select each spool individually by turning the knob, then click into it by pressing the knob. Flow rates, timers, spool lock, etc. Pretty straight forward when you get into it.
 

Fragonard

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Assume you have the latest Multicontroller arm rest? As Robbie said, lift the arm rest and use the big knob at the top, press it and it goes straight into the spool settings, you can select each spool individually by turning the knob, then click into it by pressing the knob. Flow rates, timers, spool lock, etc. Pretty straight forward when you get into it.
No it's an older model. 2016
 

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