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Project Genie III Azimuth Adjustement ?

Is there any way to adjust the azimuth on the Genie III, I noticed the other night that mine was way out, There is nothing on the head and I could not see any obvious way to loosen the arm at the pivot I have packed out the head on one side for now and got it level by eye but if anyone knows a way to adjust the arm can you please let me know.

 

EDIT - Typical still curious I got the torch out and had a good look round the pivot and arm Found a small Grub screw on the Right which allowed me to rotate the arm, Job done   Big Smile

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Re: Project Genie III Azimuth Adjustement ?

Sorry, I missed this post. Otherwise I would have responded sooner.

You are quite correct and I'm glad you found the grub screw. It's amazing how adjustable the arm is.

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Re: Project Genie III Azimuth Adjustement ?

I thought this was for raising the arm for vta, i have this deck in a second system, it's a corker for the money, i was tempted to upgrade the stylus to an om20 but the one supplied is decent enough now it's run in a bit, is one of the screws for azimuth and one for arm height as there are 2 screws either side, i cant seem to locate what i did with the instructions.

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Re: Project Genie III Azimuth Adjustement ?

The Screw for Azimuth is at the front of the pivot at arm level, follow the arm back on the right hand side, the one for Height is slightly larger and is at the bottom on the right further back on the lower most pivot plate, if you cant fond it I will post a photo.

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Re: Project Genie III Azimuth Adjustement ?

Thanks for that, found it.

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