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Tom - -
I wonder how it is you are just chiming in now? I just read David Ingram's advice you are referring to, and it seems good to me, and clear.
You retract the piston, install the pads, crank the adjuster screw down till rotor won't turn and just back it off, then other side. THEN try your e-brake and it should be adjusted just fine. If not then and only then should you look at adjusting cables or look to see if they're not intact.
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