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Thread: Dolphin Triton, slide outs on handle?

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    Dolphin Triton, slide outs on handle?

    I've searched and searched. Online and in the book. I can't seem to figure out what these do exactly. I vaguely remember reading about them when I got it two years ago. Can anyone tell me the point of sliding them out when in operation? I think something about scrubbing walls?
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    Re: Dolphin Triton, slide outs on handle?

    They serve as "adjustments" to help control degree of wall climbing...but I can't recall which position means which. If it goes where you want, leave it. Otherwise experiment with eft and right slide out until it goes the way you want
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    Re: Dolphin Triton, slide outs on handle?

    Thats what i thought but I can't find anywhere to give me the information.
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