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Sokkia set 500

I don't think that the automatic tilt angle compensation mechanism is working in my set 5.i shoot a distance that I know is 40',or 6'.the readout is always a few inches off. I have gone through the manual, and made sure that everything is set correctly. It will not shoot a correct distance when the vertical axis is moved. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated. I have been using this station and many others for ten years now, and I am no rookie.so please be forthcoming.

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