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eagnas combo 5060 lcd display

Discussion in 'Badminton Stringing Techniques & Tools' started by arrguz, Sep 13, 2011.

  1. arrguz

    arrguz Regular Member

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    can anyone send me manual (pdf file) of the combo 5060 tension head..i got this item last weekend,,but i cant find the manual inside of its box... please guys help me..i just want to know better about the sign in the LCD like C,M and the other sign...anyone have this machine also??? thank you so much:)
     
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    picture of the sign please ....
     
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    i just want to know how to operate the tension head correctly..the tension head is like the eagnas pro crystal II and smart 5000 model,,im still uploading the pic but it doesnt work sir..hope you can help me sir..how does the the C and M works sir and also the knot sign?? please help me sir...thank you
     
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    here is the pics from Eagnas website :
    pcleda1.jpg

    this machine has these features :
    1. Single pull mode
    2. Pre-stretch mode: double pull
    3. Self test mode
    M is not for main and C is not for cross because is has another button for Knot, Main and Cross.
    Maybe for selecting the above features, you can try and look what would be happened if you press M and C ....
     
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    whoa, im confused..i thought m is for main and c is for cross really..my machine is set up already and i wanna try it this week ..????????
     
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    Just a wild guess here..
    But I'm assuming M will mean memory.. as in pre-sets
    C for clear.
    Again, just a guess. Its like this on the machines I use at work.
     
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    thanks riceman:)
     
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    any update for your machine ?
     
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    got it already sir,,i tried it today and it works good..you are correct m is for memory and c is for clear,,the main and cross has the sign already...it was fun stringing,,thanks for your help guys...MARAMING SALAMAT:)
     
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    The knot button adds 10% extra tension to the next string pulled
    when pressed
     
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    yes and i used it for knotting...thanks thanks
     

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