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Part I want to make both sides adjustable on the objective lens so I need the part that you rotate, It screws into the main housing and the objective lens screws into it, Its the peace that you rotate to focus. Thanks Baigysh-21

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How do you set the finder scope on the Starview 150EQ. I have no adjustment options and it is not in line with the main telescope alignment. The instruction manual is totally inadequate.


Place a wide angle, that is longer focal length lens in the scope in daylight and focus it and centre on some distant object, a tree, blg, tower etc.

Then use the adjustment screws on the finder to centre it on this same object.

Change to your next higher power lens, that is shorter focal length, refocus and centre, and repeat with the finder adjustment.

Next wait for evening and a bright star or planet to appear and centre it in the finder first this time. It should be somewhere near centre in the lens also. Centre it properly in the lens and make a final adjustment on the finder.
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How to change headlight bulb on 02 road king police


I thought I would answer for ALL models so anyone else can read this and not have to post a new question which will take a considerable amount of time to answer again some other time and which therefore might not get answered as quickly as one would hope while in the need for an answer.



HEADLAMP (FLHR/C, FLHT/C/U)

HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY



To REMOVE:

First remove the Phillips screw at the bottom of the headlamp door chrome ring and remove the headlamp door.

On FLHT/C/U remove the four TORX screws to free the headlamp housing from the fairing.

On FLHR/C remove the eight Phillips screws to free the headlamp housing from the headlamp nacelle.

Then if installed squeeze the two external tabs to remove the wire connector at the back of the headlamp bulb.

Next remove the headlamp housing assembly from the vehicle.



To RE-INSTALL:

First connect the wire connector at the backside of the headlamp bulb.

On FLHT/C/U align the holes in the headlamp housing with those in the fairing at the bottomof the headlamp door bracket and install the four TORX screws.

On FLHR/C align the holes in the headlamp housing with those in the headlamp nacelle at the bottom of the headlamp door bracket and install the eight Phillips screws.

Next fit the square-shaped portion of the headlamp door spring into the slot at the top of the headlamp housing and then snap the headlamp door chrome ring into place and install the Phillips head screw at the bottom of the headlamp door and tighten it to 9-18 in-lbs which is (1.0-2.0 Nm).



To Replace the Headlight bulb:



First remove the Phillips head screw at the bottom of the headlamp door chrome ring and remove the headlamp door. THEN remove the three Phillips head screws to free the retaining ring from the headlamp housing. THEN carefully remove the lens and bulb assembly and if installed squeeze the two external tabs and remove the wire connector at the back of the headlamp bulb. THEN remove the lens and bulb assembly from the vehicle. THEN remove the rubber boot at the back of the lens and pushing down on the wire loops free their ends from the slots on the lens insert and swing the wire form out of the way.



HEADLAMP (FLHR/C, FLHT/C/U)

HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY



To Remove:

First remove the Phillips head screw at the bottom of the headlamp door chrome ring and remove the headlamp door.

On FLHT/C/U remove the four TORX screws to free the headlamp housing from the fairing.

On FLHR/C remove the eight Phillips head screws to free the headlamp housing from the headlamp nacelle.

THEN, if installed, squeeze the two external tabs and remove the wire connector at the back of the headlamp bulb and remove the headlamp housing assembly from the vehicle.



To Re-Install:



First install the wire connector at the back of headlamp bulb.

On FLHT/C/U align the holes in the headlamp housing with those in the fairing at the bottom of the headlamp door bracket and install the four TORX screws.

On FLHR/C align the holes in the headlamp housing with the holes in the bottom of the headlamp nacelle headlamp door bracket and install the eight Phillips head screws. THEN fit the square-shaped portion of the headlamp door spring into the slot at the top of the headlamp housing and snap the headlamp door chrome ring into place and install Phillips head screw at the bottom of the headlamp door and tighten it to 9-18 in-lbs which is (1.0-2.0 Nm).



To replace the headlamp bulb:





First remove the Phillips head screw at the bottom of the headlamp door chrome ring and remove the headlamp door. THEN remove the three Phillips head screws to free the retaining ring from the headlamp housing. THEN carefully remove the lens and bulb assembly and if installed squeeze the two external tabs and remove the wire connector at the back of the headlamp bulb. THEN remove the lens and bulb assembly from the vehicle. THEN remove the rubber boot at the back of the lens and pushing down on the wire loops free their ends from the slots on the lens insert and swing the wire form out of the way.





To Align the headlight:



First verify that the bike has the correct front and rear tire inflation pressure and put the bike on a level surface in an a location with minimum light and point the front of the bike towards a screen or wall which is 25 feet (7.62 m) from where the patch of the front tire contacts the surface which would necessarily be directly below the front axle.

With a horizontal line drawn on the screen or wall precisely atthe same height above the floor as the centre of the headlamp and a person with roughly the same weight as that of the principal rider sitting on the seat of the bike to compress the suspension the same as t would be with the rider on the bike and with the bike in a fully upright position similar to the position it would be if being ridden straight ahead, (i.e. with both tires on the floor) and the front wheel pointed straight ahead at the screen or wall, turn the Ignition/Light Key Switch to IGNITION, set the Light Switch on the left handlebar to High beam and check the light beam against the screen or wall for the correct height alignment. The centre of the main light beam should be even with the horizontal line on the screen or wall and be pointed directly ahead so that there is an equal amount of light beam to the left and to the right of the centre mark on the screen or wall. (this would be the lateral alignment).

If the alignment is not correct it can be adjusted without removing the headlamp door chrome ring by using slots placed into the headlamp door through which a Phillips screw driver can be inserted (between the headlamp housing and the rubber gasket). By turning the vertical adjuster screw as necessary the headlamp can be adjusted vertically (up or down). By turning the horizontal adjuster screw as necessary the headlamp and be adjusted horizontally (left or right).



HEADLAMP (FLTR)

HEADLAMP ASSEMBLY

To Remove:

First remove the outer fairing and windshield and move it aside to a work area and squeeze the two external tabs to disconnect the headlamp harness connectors from the bulb contacts. THEN after wrapping some electrical tape around the blade of a screwdriver (to prevent damage to tabs of the transparent lens cover), from the inboard side of the outer fairing, release the top of the transparent lens cover from the slots in the fairing by gently

depressing the two tabs with the blade of the screwdriver. THEN depress the bottom two tabs and remove the lens cover from the fairing. THEN depress the mounting clips on the three hex adjuster studs and pull the headlamp assembly out from the front of the outer fairing.



To Install:

First align the hex adjuster studs with the plastic bosses on the inboard side of the outer fairing and push the headlamp assembly into position in the outer fairing until the mounting clips engage their bosses. THEN carefully snap the bottom tabs of the transparent lens cover into the bottom slots of the outer fairing and carefully snap the upper tabs of the lens cover into the upper slots of the outer fairing. THEN install the headlamp harness connectors onto the headlamp bulb contacts, install the outer fairing and windshield back onto the bike.



To Remove:

First remove the outer fairing and windshield. THEN move the outer fairing assembly to your chosen work area.

THEN squeeze the two external tabs to disconnect the headlamp harness connector from the headlamp bulb contacts, remove the rubber boot at the back of the headlamp bulb housing, rotate the plastic retainer in a counter-clockwise direction to remove from the headlamp bulb housing flange and remove the headlamp bulb.





To Re-Install:



First install the headlamp bulb into the headlamp bulb housing orient it so that the wider ear on the backplate is topside and then push the bottom of the backplate so that the tabs on the outboard side fit snugly into the slot of bulb housing. THEN place the plastic retainer over the bulb housing flange and rotate it in a clockwise direction until it is tight. THEN install the rubber boot over the retainer until it is flush with the base of the bulb socket, connect the headlamp harness connector to the headlamp bulb contacts install the outer fairing and windshield.



HEADLAMP ADJUSTMENT is same procedure as above except:



If the alignment is not correct it can be adjusted by locating the hex adjusters near the bottom edge of the inner fairing. Turning of the adjusters causes the double headlamp housing to pivot around its upper mount, so by using a 4.5 mm, 1/4 inch drive and a flexible driver the headlamp assembly can be adjusted horizontally by turning either the left or the right side adjuster. Both adjusters should be turned equally to adjust the headlamp vertically. Adjuster rotation moves the headlamp beam as follows: Left Only = Clockwise and Right Only = Counterclockwise and beam movement will be to the right.Left Only = Counterclockwise; Right Only = Clockwise and beam movement will be to the left. Left and Right Equally = Clockwise and beam movement will be upwards. Left and Right Equally = Counterclockwise and beam movement will be downwards.

Sep 03, 2014 | Motorcycles

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How to align headlights


Are your headlights beams too high? too low? Then bear with me and maybe I can help
Horizontal headlight adjustment is easy. See the screw on the inside top of each light? turn the screw left and your headlight beam goes outward; turn the screw right and the beam goes inward, (toward the center.)
Okay now Vertical adjustment is a little more involved. Start by removing the corner lens; take out the screw on top of the headlight and pull the corner lens forward. This will allow you to access two 10mm bolts holding the headlights in on the sides.
Remove those, along with one 10mm nut on the backside of the headlight assembly (near where your bulbs plug in). Remove your headlight bulbs carefully - I usually put a paper towel around them to protect them from dirt and oil. Now the only thing holding your light housings on are the horizontal adjustment
screws. Just slide the screws out from the lens, and then remove the headlight from the car.
If you look at your headlights now, there is another screw that looks just like the horizontal adjustment screw.
In order to adjust this, you need to remove the 10mm bolt labeled "A".
Now slide the plastic headlight base off of that bolt. The whole plastic base will now be free to swivel on the adjustment screw. What you need to do now is to turn the plastic base around the screw; if you turn it clockwise or right, it will lower your headlight beam when reinstalled. If you turn it left, it will raise the beams.
I ended up only turning each side lower by one revolution. You shouldn't need more than one or two turns. It also becomes hard to slide the housing back over the "A" bolt after two turns. If
in doubt about whether the beams will be raised or lowered, on the final pic you can see the clean area of the bolt on the left side. if you lengthen this side, it causes the beam to go down.
Its really easier to understand as you are doing it, if this does not seem clear. Just use some common sense and you'll see what I mean.
Installation is the reverse of removal.

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How to adjust the optical plummet on a leica survey tribrach ?


The 4 adjustment screws hold the reticule lens in place. Two screws (on opposite end) control left to right and up and down. They are located usually under a ring that screws out, that is attached to the objective focus on the plummet.

A special jig is used by the technician to mount the tribrac so the plummet faces up, and spins on an axis with leveling screws. In a pinch, a second tribrac and a puck the same size as the inside of the tribrac that is tall enough to fit in the "tool" tribrac on bottom, and the tribrac to be ajusted on top and allow the top to spin without hitting the bottom tribrac.
A fixed point is established and centered on, by moving the foot screws on the bottom tribrac to tilt the top tribrac. Then the top tribrac is rotated 180 degrees and the fixed point is observed again. If the reticule is no longer on the point then half the error is taken out using the 4 adjustment screws and the other half is taken out using the foot screws on the bottom tribrac. This step is repeated until the top tribrac can be rotated 360 and not move off the fixed point.

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How do you remove the headlight assembly on 1995 ford f250?



  • 1.
    Remove the two upper screws from the headlight housing, using a Phillips screwdriver.
  • .
    Locate the two lower retaining nuts inside the engine compartment at the bottom of the headlight housing. Remove the nuts using a ratchet, extension and socket.
  • Separate the turn signal and marker light assembly from the front grill. Rotate the bulb holders counterclockwise and pull them out of the assembly. Set the assembly aside.
  • Unplug the headlight bulb connector from the bulb. Rotate the retaining ring counterclockwise one-eighth turn and remove it from the housing. Pull the headlight bulb straight back and out of the housing. Do not rotate the bulb during disassembly.
  • Lift up on the headlight housing retaining clips to unsnap them from the headlight housing vertical adjuster studs.
  • Locate the horizontal adjuster at the outer bottom corner of the headlight assembly inside the engine compartment. Loosen the horizontal adjuster until it is free of the adjuster nut.
  • Remove the headlight housing from the vehicle.
Installation
  • Install the headlight housing in the front grill.
  • Engage the horizontal adjuster screw with the adjuster nut and screw it partially in.
  • Snap the headlight housing clips on the vertical headlight adjuster studs.
  • Insert the headlight bulb into the headlight housing, flat side up. Slightly rotate the headlight bulb to engage the grooves in the light with the alignment tabs in the back of the housing. Install the retaining ring on the bulb. Plug in the headlight bulb connector.
  • Install the bulb holders in the turn signal and marker light assembly. Install the assembly in the grill. Install the two upper screws, using a Phillips screwdriver. Install the two lower retaining nuts, using a ratchet, extension and socket.
Headlight Aiming
  • Pull the vehicle to within a few inches of a blank wall, on a flat surface. Apply two strips of tape to the wall vertically to mark the centers of the headlights. Apply a strip of tape to the wall horizontally to mark the center of the headlight height. Back the vehicle up 25 feet in a straight line.
  • Turn the headlight low beams to the "On" position.
  • Adjust the vertical headlight adjusters until the high-intensity zone of the light pattern is two inches below the horizontal mark on the wall.
  • Adjust the horizontal headlight adjusters until the high-intensity zone of the light pattern is two inches to the right of the vertical headlight marks on the wall.

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I don't know how to change the head light on my 1997 Jeep grand Cherokee. there doesn't seem to be any screws to loosen the light.


Hi Clint,

I just want you to know that you are not crazy or blind!

The reason you cannot find any screws is because you are dealing with a snap-together vehicle.
If you only want to replace the bulb, you can reach around the radiator support and twist the bulb retainer to remove it and the bulb. If you are wanting to replace the ENTIRE headlamp assembly, follow the instructions below.

REMOVAL

Grasp lower edge of headlamp lens and pull straight back (away) from Grille Opening Reinforcement (GOR) . Disengage lower adjuster pivots from lens assembly.
Grasp upper edge of headlamp lens. Pull straight back (away) from grille opening reinforcement (GOR). Disengage upper adjuster pivot from lens assembly.
Rotate bulb lock ring counter clockwise. and remove ring and bulb from lens.
INSTALLATION

Replace by seating the assembly in the lamp housing and turning the lock ring 1/8 turn clockwise to secure.
Align upper adjust pivot into headlamp opening and snap into place.
Snap lower adjuster pivots into place.

Oct 16, 2011 | 1997 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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Cant find potentiometer screw to adjust for counter clockwise over rotation on my iwave dragonfly helicopter


The Potentiometer screw is there, right underneath the orange label for the On\Off switch. Your cockpit housing, (read the red bubble) is removable by gently pulling the housing off the posts on either side at the bottom rear.

Removing the housing is also a great aid to reach the connections easily when you need to recharge the battery pack.

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Winchester WL-7350WR 7X35 binos out of aligngment/colimation- need to re-adjust. Don't know if there's any objective lens alignment method, but I have found the rear adjusting screws for the prisms under...


There are another set of adjusting grub screws not just these! If you need to collimate them then you will need to adjust the correct ones to avoid what is known as "conditional collimation" where they are only good for people with the same IPD (interpupilary distance). If you feel confident that you can do this fine. But first is there any leaning field obvious? Using one side at a time and looking at a horizontal or vertical object (like a flagpole) show any lean when compared to the visual appearance? If it does then you need to send them to a service centre for correct alignment.

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Change Headlight Assemblies in Jeep Gr Chk 96-98


I had wrongly heard that the bumper and grill had to be removed to access the headlight assemblies (i.e the lens and relfectors).
ALL that is needed is some patience and a small pry bar or very large screwdriver.
The light assembly is Pulled out of three Ball Sockets that mate with 6-8 in long adjusting screws.
To remove the light assembly, it Helps if the grill is removed (2 phillips screws on top of grill and 2 inside the upper left and right hand sides).
Then, with your fingers, pull sharply on the side of the lens assembly, often just popping 2 of the 3 ball sockets. Now, use a large flat blade screwdriver to wedge into the side or back of the assembly and use it as a lever to pry the assembly forward, popping the remaining socket.

Using a counterclockwise (normal reverse) rotation, remove the retaining ring for the bulb and carefully remove the bulb - laying it down onto a CLEAN paper towel, rag, or insert it into the cuff of a dry clean rubber/vinyl glove. To replace the bulb at this time (a good idea!), use a medium size flatblade screwdriver to remove the blue retainer prongs from the bulb socket and pry off off the male plug. Cover the new bulb in a paper towel or glove and place the retaining Collar onto the back of the bulb, with the Beveled side facing back (the engine compartment). Plug the male connector onto the back of the bulb. Lay the bulb down on a clean paper or glove.

To replace the housing/assembly, press the bulb into the back of the assembly and rotate the collar clockwise one-quarter turn. Make sure it is Tight!

Now, peering through the cracks on the sides, align the sockets with the screws you can see and press the housing forward, hopefully snapping one or more sockets. Usually some of the sockets will Not reconnect immediately. Using your fist or a small Rubber/plastic mallet, smack the front of the lens until you can hear or feel the sockets snap into place.
Dont be too hard or you may crack the lens!

Aim/Adjust the lense using small Torx driver. There are two - the one inside, near the grill adjusts the Toe-In/Out (left to right movement) and the outer adjusts the Vertical (up/down).

Dec 30, 2008 | 1996 Jeep Grand Cherokee

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