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der unteren ansonsten die der oberen

English translation: the lower, otherwise the upper

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03:54 Nov 5, 2008
German to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering - Printing & Publishing
German term or phrase: der unteren ansonsten die der oberen
Lichtschranke eigentlich frei sein muß, läßt sich die Trennvorrichtung und die jeweilige Wickelachse nicht verfahren bzw. einschalten. Bei Wickel-richtung von 'OBEN' ist die Lichtschranke der unteren ansonsten die der oberen Trennvorrichtung betroffen.
William Kratzer Jr.
United States
Local time: 23:44
English translation:the lower, otherwise the upper
Explanation:
When spooling is "from top" it is the lower light sensor, otherwise the upper one.
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the lower, otherwise the upper


Explanation:
When spooling is "from top" it is the lower light sensor, otherwise the upper one.

xxxhazmatgerman
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