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How do you detach the Labophot objective turret ?

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  • steven_dikma Sep 27, 2010

    I would like an answer rather than referring me to a web site to send an instuction manual that may or no have the answer.

  • steven_dikma Sep 28, 2010

    Thanks. I seemed to have use the incorrect term. I need to find out how to remove the entire dial (which I referred to as the turret), not the objectives.

  • steven_dikma Sep 28, 2010

    Thanks. I seemed to have use the incorrect term. I need to find out how to remove the entire dial (I referred to as the turret not dial), that holds the objective lenses from the Labophot Nikon microscope not the objective lenses.

  • steven_dikma Sep 28, 2010

    Thanks for the manual.
    My microscope has a nose piece ("dial") that is attached to what appears to be an intermediate tube. There is a small dimple on the left of the intermediate tube that looks to be the site of a screw but is only a recess. I cannot find any way to release the nosepiece from the intermediate tube or to remove the entire intermediate tube and nose piece together.

  • steven_dikma Sep 28, 2010

    Found the answer. Inside the intermediate tube there is a metal washer that seats the housing around the internal lenses. Removal will detach the nosepiece.

    Thank you.

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The objective turrets are just screwed on. You will have to hold the dial then unscrew the turrets one at a time.

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