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and 3800 kHz (200 on the KWM 2/2 \ dial) The hairline indicator should be vertical and in the dial window If there is no end-point spread but the hairline is slanted to left or right loosen the setscrews on the dial hub and slip the dial mechanism on the oscilator shaft until zero beat occurs with the hairline vertical
If there is end-point spread correct it as follows before correcting a slanting hairline.
4.5.11 VFO Dial Centering
4.5.12 VFO Overtravel
4.6 LABORATORY ALIGNMENT PROCEDURES
4.6.1 Laboratory allignment
Laboratory alignment of the KWM-2/2A is perforrned only when extensive component replacement has taken place or when the KWM2/2A is being placed in service after a long period of storage. These adjustments should be performed by a skilled technician. Laboratory alignment requires the KWM-2/2A to be removed from its cabinet. Refer to paragraph 4.1 for removal instructions.
4.6.2. Test Equipment Required
Test equipment required for laboratory alignment of the KWM-2/2A are a 50-ohm 100-watt dummy load; a receiver with a 100-kHz crystal calibrator and an S-meter; an rf signal generator with a calibrated output attenuator; and a vtvm with an rf probe.
4.6.3 Transmitting 455-KHz IF Alignment