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VJ-3 Spool Case – ViewTech Borescopes
The ViewTech video borescope will arrive inside one of two ruggedized cases that will keep your borescope safe while not in use. The cases are a spool case or a slotted channel case. The spool case will contain a 5 or 8-meter insertion tube video borescopes, while 1, 1.5, 2 or 3-meter insertion tube video borescopes will be stored in a slotted-channel case.
With the 5- or 8-meter insertion tube length, you will need to use extreme care when removing the video borescope from the case. Start by gently removing the insertion tube from the spool feed. Slowly pull on the insertion tube, letting it naturally coil around your arm until the tip of the insertion tube is removed. All users need to become familiar with the length of the insertion tube as it is being removed from the spool case. Recognize when to expect the insertion tube tip to become free from the case and always securely hold the tip after it has been removed. Once the entire insertion tube is removed, with your free hand, remove the base unit by holding the handle and lifting it from the case.
If any resistance is ever encountered while removing the insertion tube from the case or if it feels as though it is stuck, do not yank, or pull with force. Instead, repeatedly, and gently feed the insertion tube back and forth inside the spool. This should resolve any issues and continue to allow the insertion tube to be removed from the case.
When returning a 5 or 8-meter borescope to the case, first place the base unit securely into the case, then carefully feed the insertion tube through the spool feed. Prior to shutting the case, visually inspect that there are no obstructions and the base unit, insertion tube, bending section tip, and all accessories are resting flush and will not get pinched or damaged when closing. You can prevent and avoid damage by carefully removing and returning the video borescope to its case.