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Old 10-01-2007, 03:59 AM   #1
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Laser level bubble dried up.


Recently, I bought myself a Skil Laser level via my bro from UK and it comes with 2 air bubbles but realised one of it has dried up.
Can anyone help me how to fill with water ?? I was thinking of drilling a tiny hole, pump in some colour water and seal it up with glue or something.
Help appreciated, thanks.
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Laser level bubble dried up.


You might want to contact Skil. Their customer service is pretty helpful.

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Laser level bubble dried up.


Get a new one or contact skill.
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Recently, I bought myself a Skil Laser level via my bro from UK and it comes with 2 air bubbles but realised one of it has dried up.
Can anyone help me how to fill with water ?? I was thinking of drilling a tiny hole, pump in some colour water and seal it up with glue or something.
Help appreciated, thanks.
Cheers,
chris
You can't just fill it with water, it will grow algae. I think you now have a laser pointer. Thanks for listing the brand.
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