Question about Fuji Stabiscope (7512404)
Going thru inventory in our office I have come across 2 Fujinon Stabiscope 12 x 40 47. binos. One works the other it seems like the stableizer doesn't work. We are in Anchorage, Alaska and would like to use them on our boat. Is there a way I can fix them or is there somewhere I can get them fixed?
Baker Marine in CA will fix your Stabiscope. They told me $1500 minimum for the same problem. They are the only ones in the Western World that fix these things, truly. I know of a guy in Denmark who was told to send his to Baker. They have no competition nor any canscience!!
Posted on Jul 08, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
it can be a motor mount. when the vibration occurs shift into N and then if it stops then it is your transmission. it could also be loose lug nuts, a bad wheel bearing, tie rod. or something else in the suspension.
Posted on Jun 10, 2009
SOURCE: Watersystem fault
I've just had my machine fixed by a miele technician. Turns out the rubber beneath the water reservoir had worn out after 5 years. Because it was leaking, the machine was filling up with water. It protects itself by giving you the message. You can remove the reservoir, take a flexible tube/hose and drain the machine. It will probably fix the problem for a while. The Miele part number for the rubberseal is 05046331. Pretty cheap.
Posted on Aug 11, 2009
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