Question about Premiere Microscopes MRJ-03 Microscope
My premiere microscope model MS-01 Ultra will not adjust high enough to the lens to focus. I have to suspend the slide on pennies. Was this a problem with this model that I purchased 5 years ago?
There is what is called a "stage stop" screw. Its purpose is to limit the specimen from rising high enough to contact the objective lens. The "stage stop" screw is directly behind the black stage platform in plain sight and very easy to access. It is a thumb screw and sits vertically. Simply loosen it a bit to allow the specimen to rise high enough to focus.
Posted on Dec 25, 2010
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