Never disassemble the microscope as doing so may cause electric shock or damage to the microscope
Allow the halogen bulbs to cool before touching. Halogen bulbs become extremely hot and may cause burns if touched
To avoid electric shock or damage to the instrument, unplug the microscope before replacing the bulb.
Use only the prescribed halogen or fluorescent bulb
Turn off and unplug the microscope before moving.
Carrying the Microscope
Always lift the microscope with two hands: one hand on the arm, the other hand supporting the base.
Cleaning the Microscope
Dust should be cleaned off with pressurized air or with a soft brush
Clean smudges, fingerprints, oils, etc from the lens with clean lens paper or a soft clean cloth moistened with a small amount of absolute alcohol-ether mixture. If an alcohol-ether mixture is unavailable, use isopropyl alcohol
Clean the microscope body and stand using a moist, soft cloth with a small amount of detergent.
Working temperatures are: 32° F-104° F (0°C-40°C). Max. relative humidity: 85%
Use water only on plastic surfaces