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My tape measure will not lock the tape on different measurements


It is broke. Simple. They wear out. Buy another one. If it is new spray it with some lubricate. If you don't have the spray, a new tape measure is cheaper anyway.

Oct 25, 2016 | Measuring Tools & Sensors

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How to rewind a tape measure


You'll need to take the tape casing apart but need special security torx bits to do that (a T-8 and T-9). Once apart (careful, two small springs inside) you can take the tape spool apart and rewind the tape to re-establish tension. Then re-assemble!

May 08, 2014 | Black & Decker Auto Tape Measure

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Im looking for a manual for Craftsman laser ultrasonic tape measure


hard to believe you can't get an owner's manual online through Sears website...make sure you give all info about the mdl, serial #'z etc etc...

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I dont know what it measures by? my dad bought a lufkin 100' 1706 and he is trying to figure out how to use it because the measurements seem to be off. for example he compares it to other measuring...


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Hi...sorry for the bad image but if you can make it out ...this tape measure is offered in two types of measurements either Feet/Inches/Eighths or Tenths/Hundredths ...if your father's is off by an inch my guess is that the Lufkin is measuring in Tenths/Hundredths.

Hope this helped!

Here is a better look: http://www.cspforestry.com/Lufkin_1_2_x_100_Hi_Viz_Orange_Fiberglass_Tape_p/lufkin1706.htm

Sep 18, 2011 | Lufkin 1706 100' Fiberglass Tape

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If we are excavating a drain and i have to level the drain how would i use dumpy level to know how much i have to excavate


Use a tape measure or a wooden pole marked off in inches. Start either end and look at your measurement. then dig accordingly. down hill add inches uphill subtract inches.

Feb 03, 2011 | Craftsman 20 Power Dumpy Level

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Tape broke on W928 tape measure


I looked around and can't find a replacement tape for this 12 footer. The tape measure itself seems to be no longer available.
I suggest recycling it and buying a new tape measure.

Jan 06, 2011 | Lufkin 8ftx1/2in Tape Rule W928

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Tape measure wont retract


check coil spring inside might be broken or disengage to the tape measure.

Nov 29, 2009 | Stanley 100 ft. Tape Measure, FatMax

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Need info on teturning tapes under warrenty


stanley tapes are life time warranty take it back where you bought it they should replace it.

Feb 23, 2009 | Farberware Stanley Power Return Tape...

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Depth measurement using a dumpy level.


first level it up in all directions then take a shot of your tape measure or marker stick at the predetermined point, write this measurement down, then take a shot of your tapemeasure reaching down in the excavation and then subtract the predetermined measurment from the excavation measurment and this will tell you how much deeper your are than your predetermined mark.

Jan 31, 2009 | Craftsman 20 Power Dumpy Level

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