Question about Fisher Micromaster I Binocular Microscope
The gear that runs along the stage is probably loose. It is held in place by three screws. If the gear is nots parrallel with the X/Y axis gear it will bind. My guess would be that it is the two outer ones that are loose, thereby creating a see-saw affect.
Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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