I have recently purchased a canonet 1l-17 giii in very good condition. The seller told me the camera has undergone a CLA and had the light meter recalibrated for 1.5V batteries. Being the scientists that I am, I tested the shutter speeds using the dslr approach and found that the shutter speeds were consistently slower that that of my dslr for every given speed. I estimated that it was at least one stop slower on each speed. I have torn down the camera to do my own CLA and have removed the shutter mechanism (with a great deal of struggle) to apply zippo lighter fluid several times to the shutter blades and flywheels using a Q-tip. I then dried (with a blower) and applied a small amount of watch oil to the flywheels, leaving the shutter dry. I believe I am now at the stage to 'adjust' however I can find no obvious way to do that. Is there a point/screw that needs to be tightened to get the shutter firing at the correct speed? I have the service manuals but could not find anything.
Any advice will be greatly appreciated