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Old 05-17-2010   #51
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Puh. A DIY solution is not for me. So does someone know a shop in Europe (better in Germany) where they repair a misaligned viewfinder of a Hexar RF
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Old 05-17-2010   #52
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Originally Posted by tom.w.bn View Post
Puh. A DIY solution is not for me. So does someone know a shop in Europe (better in Germany) where they repair a misaligned viewfinder of a Hexar RF
Take a look at my message in another thread.

I recently also received another recommendation for a Konica repair technician in Munich, which I can't back by any experience of my own (YMMV): Reiner Muchel, Agnesstr. 18 in Munich, Tel +49 (0)89 - 2727 3489.

Could you please give us some feedback of your experiences in the thread I linked to above, so that we can all benefit from the outcome?
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Old 07-14-2010   #53
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ooh, make a pdf of the service manual and put in on the internet!
Yeah that would be superb, unless of course it is a ridiculous number of pages and would take hours to scan.
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Old 12-25-2011   #54
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Originally Posted by pvdhaar View Post
DIY: Hexar RF alignment in 5 posts (with images)...
Sadly, the images of this fine thread are gone years ago... For a new illustrated top plate removal checklist see this post.
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Old 05-29-2012   #55
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Simple fix. I took the top cover off but that isn't always necessary. You'll reach the adjustment points through the cover. Just pop the little plastic piece off from the top cover.
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Old 06-14-2013   #56
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I thought the fix was alot more complicated than just two adjustment points. If i was to send mine out who do you guys recommend?
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