Question about Meade 8200 Monocular Microscope
Its not repairable. Mine fell appart too. You cannot remove the stage. I opened it from the bottom. You would have to pry the whole frame appart. The plastic is too fragile and disintgerates. Never buy a platic framed microscope. Too bad, this one has reasonable optics....
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
Not really a solution, but anything is better than a posting that get's NO response. It sounds like the rack and pinion drive has collapsed. If you're good with your hands and have a knack for things mechanical maybe you can dissassemble the stage mounting and see how it's meant to work. If something has come loose rather than broken maybe you can fix it. If teeth have stripped from the drive gear - you may be unable to effect a repair. I guess trying to fix it is better than doing nothing. Have a good 2008
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