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Power window motor, adjustment? What is that screw for?

Ok so I have just replaced the motor in the passenger side door for the electric window. It isn't running smoothly yet, still a bit of hammering and swearing to be done.
Now, despite having 2 workshop manuals, neither of them refer to the screw adjuster and locknut that seems to press up against the worm gear inside the motor. What actually does it do, and where should it be when the adjustment is correct.

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