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Parts to the Balance And Steps to using it.
PARTS OF THE BALANCE 1.Zero Scale 2.Pointer 3.LEFT Pan 4.RIGHT Pan 5.Small Gram Scale
PARTS OF THE BALANCE 6.Large Gram Scale 7.Small Rider 8.Large Rider 9.Zero Adjust Knob 10. Base
How to Use the Balance: 1.Make sure the Pointer is lined up with zero scale line. Zero Adjust knobThen use Zero Adjust knob to fine tune the pointer. First make sure both Riders are on ZERO
How to Use the Balance: 2. Place object on the LEFT Pan. 3. Slide the Large rider until the scales tip. Then slide it back one notch.
How to Use the Balance: 4. If pointer is still not lined up with the zero line, slide the Small Rider until it is lined up.
0 | | | | | | | | | 1 | | | | | | | | | 2 | | g g How to READ the Balance: Large Gram ScaleADD Small Gram ScaleRead the Large Gram Scale first, then ADD the Small Gram Scale to it. Example = g
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