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I own a Stanley compulevel and the screen is saying ''check cord''. I understand that it needs to be refilled. What is the ''estimated'' cost of such a service?

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Satreece,

The only location that you can get service for the Stanley COMPULEVEL is from Technidea Corporation. A standard factory recharge for the Stanley COMPULEVEL 35-100 Elevation Measurement System is $150.00 and includes a thorough evaluation, R&R of the liquid, recharge of the pressurizing gas, testing, cleaning and repackaging, and complimentary return shipping via UPS Ground to all locations in the US and Canada.

An electronics upgrade is also available for your COMPULEVEL, allowing 2X faster and 3X more accurate measuring and significantly more stable readings. COMPULEVEL upgrades start at $195.00, plus the cost of the standard recharge.

For detailed instructions on how and where to send your COMPULEVEL for service, please visit www.ziplevel.com and click on the 'Service' tab at the top of the page. If you would like to upgrade your COMPULEVEL, please include a brief note with your unit when you send it in for service.


Contact information for Technidea is below.



800.805.LEVEL
760.480.4740 Office
760.480.4738 Fax
info@technideacorp.com
www.ziplevel.com

Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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