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Jeep Rubicon Outlook telescope 360X. While I was

Jeep Rubicon Outlook telescope 360X. While I was setting it up the pin that tightens the collar around the top of the tripod, right below the telescope mount came loose. I noticed that the other similar tightening pin on the tripod doesn't come out so I imagine something broke off internally. Any suggestions?

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Doubtful if you can get parts. Is this a new telescope? If it is return it.

Another possible solution may be to go to a well stocked hardware store and see if they have a bolt or pin that will work.

Read our telescope guide on our Astronomy club web site: The scope is very very small and will never acheive 360 power. I know it is only $69 but the rules for optics say a maximum of 50 times aperture. You front lens cannot be over 1.5 inches so if the optics were perfect and the sky was perfect about 75 power is the maximum possible magnification.

Read our beginner telescope article on our Astronomy club web site here:

http://www.texasastro.org/telescope.php



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