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If the digital microscope was designed to work with the earlier operational systems then you will need to replace the item. The only option is to check the manufacture web site in the hopes they may have updated the driver for windows 7 for your device.

Premiere... | Answered on Jul 01, 2011


The oil goes between the cover slip of the slide and the objective tip. It can also help to put some between the condenser lens and the bottom of the slide. Be careful when using oil, as when rotating to lower magnifications, it is very possible for the 40x to get oil on it. The 100x is sealed to protect it, but the 40x is not. If oil gets on the 40x, it can seep up inside and destroy the lens.

It is also a very good practice to clean both the 100x and 40x after each use. If the oil sits on even the sealed 100x objective for any long extent of time, it will start to break down the silicon seal, and you can potentially have the same problem as with the 40x, where the objective acts like a wick of a candle and sucks up the oil, thereby destroying the objective.

Premiere... | Answered on Jan 28, 2011


There is probably oil on the outside of the object. You can try cleaning it off with some alcohol and a que-tip. If that doesn't work, the seal of the objective has probably failed and oil has seeped up inside. Otherwise the other problem that can cause it is to many small scratches to the outer lens of the objective. This can happen when the objective lens crashes through a slide.

One thing you can do to protect your objective from this happening, is that most microscopes have some sort of up stop lock, which is designed to prevent the stage from coming past a certain point. On your model, this is most likely a screw that sits just behind the stage.

If the cleaning doesn't work, the usually replacing it is the most economical option. This model has a pretty standard object type, so any object that has a 160mm tube length and has standard RMS threading should work with it just fine.

Premiere... | Answered on Jan 28, 2011


Delta Optical Instruments, Inc. Email: robin@deltaoi.com

Premiere... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010


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.

Premiere... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010


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Premiere... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010


The knob you are talking about is called the x-axis control knob. It does not directly affect the focus. What affects the focus is the slight manipulation of the stage and or slide while you are adjusting the x-axis control knob. It only takes the slightest pressure to throw the focus off very far. Theoretically you could completely remove the specimen holder and move the slide around with your fingers.
The specimen holder may need to be replaced but without further more detailed knowledge of the mechanical problem I cannot instruct further.

Premiere... | Answered on Dec 25, 2010


Delta Optical Instruments, Inc.email; robin@deltaoi.com

Premiere... | Answered on Dec 24, 2010


I have the same problem and can't find parts anywhere. Premiere Microscopes doesn't answer their phone or return calls and their customer service email keeps rejecting everything I send. Please let me know too if there are parts available for this microscope.

Robbie.Dietrich@gmail.com

Premiere... | Answered on Jun 17, 2010


Check the cable connections, a cable might be loose or just disconnected.

Premiere... | Answered on Jul 31, 2009


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r u sure that get open then try to replace with same rating, if this kind of transformer is not availabale
try to rewind it. with help of expert..

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Premiere... | Answered on Jan 03, 2009


I think your problem lies in the way the stage is limited upwards. On top of the stage, right behind it where it slides against the arm, there should be a little screw.  This screw limits the movement of the stage to a certain point upwards.  If the limit exceeds the adjustment gear and its opposing track, then the stage just goes up one notch and then it clunks down.  If you screw it down the stage is limited further down, if you screw it up it's limited a bit higher.  The point of this screw is to prevent objective and slide damage.  Try adjusting this little screw a bit further down and see if it still 'clunks' when you turn it up.  After that we may work on properly adjusting it.  If not, please post again with whatever detail you can provide to aid you with this problem further.

Premiere... | Answered on Jun 09, 2008


sir,

There is two kind of eye-piece in microscope one is (push in ) and second one is tread mounted.

As per my i know you have push in eye piece.

See in side that cylinder where you are pusing in this eye piece there is two jows is there it resist to come in as well as when you take it out.that pressure of jows you should be increase.

your problems will short out.

INDRAVIJAY

Premiere... | Answered on Feb 19, 2008


a bunsen burner produces a small flame, it is used in laboratories for heating, sterilizing or combustion

Science &... | Answered on Dec 29, 2019

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