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Laser beam fuzzy not sharp.

The beam is nowhere near as defined as the other pulse 1 I own. Tapping it gently sometimes a sharp tap helps.

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Great!-- It has been awhile since I have done this---
and be careful, for you know how dangerous mercury is---
(Your Thermometer might be another liquid-- if it is red?)

Anyway, here is what you can try:

If you place the thermometer in the freezer for a few minutes, yo will get the liquid to move toward the bulb--- GENTLY!!! tab the Thermometer on something like a wooden board, -- something firm, but not steel, or ceramic-- or something real hard-- Gently tapping, will move the separated column toward the bulb, too--

Now place the bulb in in warm water--- gently tapping again--

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