The cylinder check spring broke on our No. 4. I got a replacement spring from Fritz and the press is printing again. My question is concerning the position of the cylinder at the feed table. With the cylinder at the feed table, the grippers are at about the 12 o’clock position (just a little before – say 11:59). In both trip and print the cylinder will rotate very easily before you get to the position where you can feel a small resistance which I presume is the complete engaging of the cylinder/form rollers with the rails. This small rotation is only from the 11:59 position to about 12:02. I don’t remember this occurring prior to replacement of the spring. Is there an adjustment that I need to make at this point? This is an older No. 4 – a 1940 version according to Fritz’s record.