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[title] Adjusting the trimpot on the laser
-[* icon_caution] ***Do not overadjust the laser. If you overdo this, you run the risk of burning games or burning the motor out prematurely. If you go too far, back off a little bit until you get it right.***
-[* icon_reminder] Anything less then a 80% read rate should be considered a failure. This is because the laser probably does not have much life left in it and replacement is a better option. If you are dealing with one of these systems, its's best to find a good used laser that works, or a NOS one.
-[* black] ***Before starting, take a picture of the laser and mark the original position before adjusting the laser.***
-[* black] Adjust the laser trimpot in small amounts at a time. Using a ***Philips PH1*** screwdriver, turn the trimpot a few times. Do this until you can confirm the laser reads games again, and test the average for the amount of games successfully read.
+[* icon_caution] ***''Only adjust it enough to reliably read games and music CDs again. If overdone, the laser can physically damage your game by "burning" it or ruining the laser!''***
+[* icon_caution] ***''Consider anything less then a 80-90% read rate a failure. These are hard to recover and are physically worn down.''***
+[* black] ***''Before starting, mark the original adjustment point and write down the factory setting as tested.''*** It will be difficult to take it back to stock without this information.
+[* black] Adjust the trimpot incrementally using a ***''Phillips PH1 or other compatible bit.''*** Do this until the laser is reliable and consistently reads games. ***''Test the system to see if it is satisfactory.''***