If you have a microscope that uses halogen bulbs you will eventually need to change the bulb. While it seems like an easy thing to do, I’ve seen more than my share of bulb-changing mistakes. Help eliminate down-time and microscope issues by following these easy steps:
1. Make sure the bulb is actually bad
2. Remove the bad bulb
3. Install the new bulb
4. Power on microscope and verify proper operation
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Having improperly adjusted Kohler Illumination can cause uneven illumination and poor resolution of your specimen. Adjusting the Kohler Illumination is quick and easy. Just follow the steps listed below.
1. Focus the Condenser
2. Center the Condenser
3. Adjust the Aperture Diaphragm
How to adjust your microscope's Kohler Illumination.