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A413 band adjustment

Two questions about band adjustments.
When tightening the band adjustment screw does anyone know how many threads should be exposed?
I tightened the band and only a few threads are exposed.
Can I over tighten the adjustment screw while trying to torque it down?

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Re: A413 band adjustment

Thank you. I have the service manual. My concern was if I could over tighten by mistake while torquing and breaking something. They screw went in more than the three and a half turns that is required to back it out after Torquing.
Maybe the band was just not adjusted. Any thoughts?

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