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How to level my level for 360 degree range

When i get centered within my bubble and turn the head 180 degree or better it does not stay with in the bubble lines.

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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

Laser? Level?
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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