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Default Re: Artic 1,4W problem

still looking for the video, the one i found was taken down so finding a new one

EDIT: cant find a video but this may help, it shows how to put a lens together so do the opposite

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Default Re: Artic 1,4W problem

Problem solved! It's the two lenses that i tried that is corrupt or something.. All the other lenses works fine, and its a scratch on the 100% lens from start but well, dont really mind that one.
Should've tried all the lenses first haha, sorry for taking your time! Was just scared to break it :P
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Default Re: Artic 1,4W problem

The cross is made by using two line generators next to each other. Half of the dot makes a vertical line and the other half makes a horizontal line. Your problem is caused by the lens not being centered, so more of the beam goes into one line than the other. Rotate it. It will change, and you might find an area where it works well.
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Ohh yeah! That did work! Thanks! I was about to throw the lens, but you saved it!
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