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In mitutoyo digital vernier battry inserted upper portion side by display you battry cover theire is an arrow mark downward release you will find battery in side remove it and put new one battery code Sr 44 you will from marketor in mall try it
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A dial depth gage should have a set of depth stems. they are in 1" increments. to change the stem, first using a scale, measure the depth of the hole you are checking. Find the stem that falls in that range. remove the cap on the top of the unit, pull the existing stem out and replace it with the stem you need to reach the bottom of the hole. replace the screw-on cap. Set the cross bar of the body on the face of the part. Gently turn the barrel until the stem touches the bottom. the barrel has a 1" range. The numbers represent .1". The lines between the numbers represent .025". One turn of the dial equals .025" Add the length of the stem, the number on the barrel, the number on the dial and the number diall. Example, If the hole measures between 3" and 4" i.e. (3-1/8")start by installing the 3 to 4" stem. Turn the barrel so it reads "0". place the cross bar of the body so it touches the face perpendicular to the hole. Gently turn the barrel of the unit until it stops at the bottom of the hole. Add 3" plus the number on the barrel (.1"), the number of graduations on the barrel, and the number on the dial (.023"). The reading is 3.123". If you know your decimal equivalents, you will know that the hole is .002" short of 3.125" (or 3-1/8" deep.
This is not uncommon for a gage like this with such a close tolerance. A small change in temperature can cause this gage to jump off zero due to the thermo-expansion of the materials in the gage itself. If you were to set this gage on a part, zero it out, and just breath on it, the temperature change created by the heat in your breath will cause it to change. The gage is not faulty (unless it is reading way out of range), it instead is probably giving you a very exact reading.
The contacts of the LCD are probably oxidized because of its age. With the unit out of its care, carefully remove the LCD from its retaining mount. Use rubbing alcohol and a clean q-tip to clean the contacts of the LCD and the small "rubber-like" strips that contact both sides of the LCD. Also, remove the strips and clean the other side and the contact on the main circuit board. Then reassemble.
*Note, if you live in a cold climate, freezing of the LCD could also cause this problem. In that case you must purchase a replacement LCD from Fluke.