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Firstly there are no mirrors, they are prisms. They need to be completely disassembled and dried out AS SOON AS POSSIBLE by someone who KNOWS WHAT TO DO. Seeing your post was in December I hope that you have sourced a good repair agent in quick time.

Carson Optical... | Answered on Mar 03, 2010

Of course, be my guest. Fixya does not supply such documentation, so you will have to source it elsewhere.

Optics | Answered on Jun 19, 2019

I also have a Tasco telescope model 49060700 and I could not figure out for the life of me how to replace the battery in the finderscope. After Googling it and then finally getting frustrated and taking it apart I found the battery! Then I found out of course I did need to take it apart! As you can see by the picture on the side of the finderscope you see where it says PUSH. On the other side it says BATTERY. Now when you're looking and feeling of this on the scope you cannot tell that it's not part of the design on the plastic. I'm thinking push what? Well when I tore into its all the location of the battery then I figured it out. I put pressure on where it says push and the little battery compartment started to slide out toward the other side of the scope. I use the little enclosed screwdriver to use pressure to push it on through. I hope this helps anyone who searches for how to replace the battery. Maybe it was obvious to some people but it wasn't obvious to me! It is a lithium CR2032 3 volt battery.

Optics | Answered on Jun 19, 2019

We do not have any parts or part locator service here.

Optics | Answered on Jun 12, 2019

Contact mfr or look on Google

Optics | Answered on Jun 07, 2019

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Optics | Answered on Jun 05, 2019

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Optics | Answered on Jun 02, 2019

Wow ! At last, a sensible query - thank you. I have no knowledge of this equipment, but from what I can gather, it is what is known as a 'Drawtube' telescope - i.e. comprising two or more tubes which slide in and out (in the traditional 'telescope' fashion) - with me so far ? Good. The eyepiece is at the narrower end, and the 'object glass' (the bit you point towards the item you wish to see) is at the other. To focus this kind of telescope, pull all the tubes out to their fullest extent. Then, holding the instrument in both hands, put your eye to the eyepiece, and point it at the subject. It should be visible, but probably blurry. Now gently push the section with the eyepiece into the next tube, and eventually you should obtain focus. Resting the scope on a firm object will help to support it.

Optics | Answered on Jun 02, 2019

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