Disclaimer; I am pulling this from memory. When properly assembled the return spring on one shoe is heavier than on the other. With the setscrew in question backed off, as you work the brake, you should be able to see that one shoe does all the moving. Turn the setcrew in just enough to equalize movement of the shoes. The setscrew is limiting the travel of the shoe with the heavier spring, and therefore affecting the travel of that whole interconnected mechanism. So that neither shoe is wearing when you don't want it to be.
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