Elite Admin S wrote:With Direto, you have to check the offset you get at the end of calibration.
If it is more than 5 points lower than the original one, you have to tighten the belt.
Please, when you tighten the belt, do 1 turn at time of the guide pulley. No more. Then, check again the offset.
NEVER exceed the original value (otherwise, it means that you're tightening the belt too much and you risk to damage it).
Thank you Admin for this explanation
Where is the adjustment screw?
Can we have a tutorial?
On the manual it is well described the need to adjust the belt after heavy training, but there is no explanation to achieve this setting be same.
If this is a basic maintenance to realize from time to time, it would be interesting to know the procedure.
Thanks again to the admin Elite who regularly answers our questions