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Old 11th Jun 2019, 10:25 am   #21
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Further to the above, despite downloading the service info, I still cannot get the cam gear to locate correctly on its shaft, even after carefully studying the drawings and instructions. Nothing appears to be damaged or distorted, and I have all timing marks lined up as per the illustrations, so I don't know what I'm doing wrong!
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Old 11th Jun 2019, 10:31 am   #22
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Have you aligned the other gears before installing the cam
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Old 11th Jun 2019, 11:50 am   #23
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To the best of my knowledge, Yes. I've set the gears so that the timing marks appear as in the drawings, and ensured that the rack is set as far to the left (as per pictures 1 & 2 in post #10) but, no matter how I try, I cannot push the cam all the way down on it's shaft, nor can I see what is preventing me from so doing.
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In some mechanisms I have the same problem. Your mechanism have plastic guide pins that means that nothing is bended or broken. Align first the cam gear and when you are ready to push it down, make a small rotation until the plastic pins come into the cone gear grooves.
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