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I need my Unit rebuilt, unit was knocked over and the bearings fell out.Can this be done?

Looking for a quote to rebuild a RT 7210-1.

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Hey Jude Kelly, RE: your having broken your RT 7210-10 laser level - the ball bearings falling out almost certainly dooms your base unit; however, your transmitter may still be good. I am in need of a transmitter and if you wish to sell, please contact me at [email protected] Thanks.

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Unfortunately no. Nothing you do will make this accurate again. These are throw away lasers.

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