Carpenter's levels: bubble slightly off-center. Ok?
I mentioned this in another thread but I thought maybe posting the particular issue in the plumbing forum might help (?).
My wall-mounted kitchen faucet was installed by a plumber and is ever so slightly uneven (horizontally). My level shows the bubble in the center is slightly to the left, within the center lines (as opposed to exactly in the center of the lines). Is this acceptable? I saw it was off with my own eyes prior to pulling out the level...but admittedly I notice things like this more than others - e.g. when Xmas trees aren't straight and silly things like that.
I can't tell if I'm being too fussy, which is why I ask about how the levels work and to what degree of accuracy is acceptable.
I don't even know if ANYONE on the planet has the answer for this...if anyone even knows whether the bubble needs to be perfectly centered or can be off just a bit. Again, it's mostly within the lines, but the far left side of the bubble is sticking out just beyond the left line of the center lines, but barely.