I have an old Topcon AT-F6 automatic level which is in need of some adjustment after not doing so well in a peg test.

No one in the company can remember which way to turn the screws/adjusters to move the crosshair.  All they can remember is if they turn it the wrong way, it breaks.

  Could some one provide me with a brief run-down on how to adjust the level without breaking the machine?

thanks,

-Arie

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the guys over in the Topcon Support Group may be better to ask about this, but i'll pass it around for ya..

Sorry, I know I put it in the wrong spot, but there didn't seem to be a lot of traffic over there.

 

no problem...how those groups work is whenever there is a new discussion started in that group, all members (Topcon Users) will get a notification by email about your question and someone is sure to jump over and answer..

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