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                                              Vision Tester Service 

 Lipin/Dietz Associates, Inc.

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Why should I have my vision tester serviced periodically?  It still works.

Look at the picture above.  Both of these bulbs still work, yet the one on the left has a black coating on entire inside surface of the bulb.  While this bulb illuminates, it does not provide the same lumen output as the new bulb on the right. As a result, the images on the slides inside the vision tester do not appear as sharp to the viewer.

In addition to replacing the bulbs, we replace the drive belt, the foam headrest, the headrest cover and any other part necessary to bring your vision tester into "like new" condition. We then clean the slides, check near/far lens alignment,  inspect the cabling and make adjustments to the drive mechanism; insuring that your vision tester will perform as originally designed.

So the next time you use your vision tester, feel confident that it is working as well now as was on the first day that is was put into service.


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