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Re: Fw: filmscanners: mechanical adjustment on nikon ls-2000


I have always received an answer from Nikon at

Nikon - Digital Imaging <digitalimaging@nikonincmail.com>

Not usually the answer I wanted, but they do answer and quite promptly  I 
would guess their answer in this case (send it back for repair), so I am 
afraid I have not been much help again

Good luck,


At 06:59 19/06/01, you wrote:
>hi again, since i had no luck getting any help on this or the digitalsilver
>list, does anyone at least know where i could look for an answer?  is there
>the equivalent of the old nikon tech forum somewhere?
>thanks in advance
>----- Original Message -----
>From: "Jules" <jules@popmonkey.com>
>To: <filmscanners@halftone.co.uk>
>Sent: Friday, June 15, 2001 3:23 AM
>Subject: filmscanners: mechanical adjustment on nikon ls-2000
> > greetings,
> >
> > my ls-2000 recently fell just a tiny bit out of mechanical calibration
> > causing a very short grinding noise at the end of the scan as the
> > scanning aparatus runs out of space to move.  this introduces a smear on
> > one side of the image.  i'm also worried that it's not good for the
> > stepper motor.
> >
> > i don't want to send the scanner back to nikon for repairs.  is there a
> > way that i can adjust the scanning aparatus?  or maybe the problem is
> > with the SF-200 slide feeder that i'm using.  a glance shows the slide
> > perfectly centered when loaded in the SF-200.  but i still get the short
> > grind.
> >
> > turning the scanner on/off doesn't help this as you'd expect.
> >
> > i'm hoping there's some screw i can turn to make minute adjustements on
> > the scanning field.
> >
> > --
> > j u l e s @ p o p m o n k e y . c o m
> > http://www.popmonkey.com/jules
> >

Julian Robinson
in usually sunny, smog free Canberra, Australia


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