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I lost my owner's manual and need to know how to reset the micrometer to zero

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This is based on an old Brown & Sharp guide book. 1. Carefully clean the measuring surface by pulling a piece of soft paper between the surfaces while the anvil and spindle are in light contact with it. 2. with the anvil and spindle apart, unlock cap with spanner wrench (supplied with unit), then tighten cap lightly with fingers to bring slight tension between thimble and spindle. 3. Bring anvil and spindle together by turning SPINDLE and set zero line on thimble to coincide with line on barrel. 4. Move spindle away from anvil by turning SPINDLE, NOT by turning thimble. 5. Holding thimble only, tighten cap with fingers. Do Not Touch Frame. Lock cap with wrench, still holding thimble only, and adjustment is complete. NOTE: Check zero setting after adjustment is made. Hope this helps

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