The level is meant for 360* of USE not from one single position check both horizontal and vertical... I think that one is a Moveable
OH I just found .. is it on a tripod like attachment? there should be a small round "level" on the physical Base of the level itself .... (like the ones your drill would have for drilling down into the floor boards) You must level it that way First.... then you can use it ...
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I think the reason we can't find the manual for 320.48253 is because Ryobi took Craftsman to court claiming patent infringement because of one of the bases included in the Craftsman kit.The suction cup wall hanging base was to similiar to Ryobi's Airgrip base so Craftsman agreed to not sell in the USA no more.
take a topedo level and get the tripod base as level as possible. attach your level to the tripod. put all screws in the middle and level it. turn 180 degrees, level it. turn 180 and check. if withing the bubble, turn 90 degrees and level. turn 180 and so on and so forth. the adjustments should be slight from turn to turn. make sure the feet are secured firmly in the ground. If this does not level the automatic level, it needs sent in for calibration. I dont know the web address but I hope this helps
set your tripod with plate as level as your eye can make it.mount the transit.look at the level bubble. center it the turn the transit 90 deg. ck bubble and adjust. do this until you have made the 360. then turn the transt randomly and check level. if not in minor adjustments should be made. the first couple of times may take several attemps, but as you do it more it will go alot faster. if your level cannot be obtained by the adjusters you need to reset your tripod
Firstly, check batteries are fresh and new. Secondly, the unit itself has to be within 5-10 degrees of level before it will level itself out. If it is outside this range, i.e. pointing too far up or down, the lasers will flash toi indicate this. So just check the unit itself is sitting somewhere close to level to begin with, because the levelling gyros only have a small range in which to operate.
I just assisted a friend "re-calibrate" his D.W. L6-20 Level Transit. Follow the following steps. 1. Set up the tripod & transit in the garage. Get the platform with the protractor, close to level. 2. Position the telescope at "0". The telescope should be over 2 of the adjusting screws. 3. Adjust the screws to get the top bubble close to level. Adjust with a screwdriver the spring loaded screw to get the bubble closer to center. 4. Rotate the scope 180 degrees. Note the difference in the bubble position. Split the difference from the first bubble location by adjusting the same top screw. 5. Rotate back to 0. Adjust the same top screw to split the difference in bubble position. 6. Rotate back to 180 degrees. The bubble should be off by the same amount. Adjust the 2 bottom screw to place the level in the center. 7. Rotate back to 0. The bubble should not move. 8. Rotate to 90 degrees and adjust the 2 bottom screws to place the bubble in the center. 9. Rotate to 270 degrees. The bubble should be centered. 10. From this point on, all you need to do is place the level on the tripod and position it over your reference point with a plumb bob. Adjust the bottom 2 screws at 0 and again at 90. The level is set to use.