It's not the bands that are slipping. The potentiometers are shot. Info
is on the isogeochem wiki (I don't have the info with me).
On 1/8/2016 4:47 AM, Pack, Andreas wrote:
> Dear Isogeochemists,
> apart of having the annoying problem with the slipping rubber belt (that we are dealing with for the past years); since before christmas the “Hardware calibration” does not work anymore. When doing hardware calibration (iIrrespective of doing it in the Acquisition or Instrument control window); bellows are not moving and software freezes. We are using Isodat 3.
> The signal calibration still works well after adjusting the bellows potentiometer position manually.
> Did any of you had a similar problem (and a solution)?
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