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How do you reset the zero on 505-677 mitutoyo dial calipers

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SOURCE: how to reset zero position reading on a mitutoyo

unless they have changed them there is asrew like a watch winder on the dial it self ,undo it slightly and turn the dial to the desired position then retighten the screw

Posted on Nov 09, 2009

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