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DeJur-Amsco Range Finder repair help please.
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DeJur-Amsco Range Finder repair help please.

Well suddenly something was wrong, discovered one of the small mirrors had come unstuck, for the age I suppose no surprises. Anyhow dismantled the end where the mirror had come off, cleaned carefully and after a small amount of glue reattached the mirror. Re assembled it all and the thing is out of wack big time. I was very careful and can not understand why it is off. Not been dropped, so just reattaching the mirror has not worked.
Any advice out there or names of repair men ?????
Looked for a parts breakdown and that has not come up....HELP HELP.
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Fixed it, used some intelligence and discovered that the calibration was in the wheel. Once I worked out how it worked, it was easy to calibrate and set.
Sorry for bothering you.......
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Glad to see you figured it our. I know they made TLR but I never knew they made a RF. Can you post a picture? I'd like to see it.
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