STEP ONE: Start on the left side (Standard installation). While on the left side of the door position the torsion-tube where it originally was and match up the lines you drew on the torsion-tube and the cable-drum in the "Un-winding and removing old torsion springs" instructions.
STEP TWO: Tighten the set screws. They should fall into the existing dimples on the torsion-tube when you match up the lines you drew.
STEP THREE: Pull your cable up behind the cable-drum making sure it is behind every roller and inside of the track-brackets. In other words the cable should have a straight line from the bottom fixture all the way up to the cable drum. NOTE: Make sure the cable is not hung up near the bottom-fixture. Sometimes the cable loop that connects to the bottom-bracket post gets snagged on the track.
STEP FOUR: Look for the slat on the side of the cable-drum that is closest to the bearing-plate and hook the cable-anchor into it.
STEP FIVE: Pull the cable tight until the cable-anchor sets firmly in place and does not protrude out of the side of the cable-drum.
STEP SIX: Rotate the cable-drum until the cable is tight and in the first groove of the cable-drum. NOTE: Make sure the cable is in the first groove of the drum all the to the back of the drum.
STEP SEVEN: While holding the cable-drum so that the cable is taught, lock the vice- grips (locking-pliers) to the torsion tube using the wall or ceiling as a stop. Double check that the cable is taught, after you apply the vice grips, and that the cable-drum is against the bearing-plate. NOTE: The cable should not flop around loosely. You should be able to pluck it and it should vibrate.
STEP EIGHT: Go to the right side and attach the cable to the cable-drum as you did on the left side. Rotate the right side cable-drum until the marks you made on the torsion-tube and cable-drum line up and then tighten the set-screws. The set-screws should fall into the existing dimples on the torsion-tube and the cable should be taught.