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You can ask for a copy from the store you purchased the item (if they do) and then you can send it in with the request. If not search on eBay and find an exact one or you can do one thing go to any home improvement store and pick up a glue that will join the crack together so you don't have to go and go through all the hassle. I hope this works out.
have asked about what is one of the most common binocular problems. I
hope that you don't mind if I paste my generic answer below as there's
no point in reinventing the wheel. If the answer does not provide a
solution then please state your exact Nikon Action model and add any extra
details which may help.
binoculars either have a bent or broken yoke assembly (the bit which
carries the eyepieces) or one or more prisms have came unseated.
first repair involves replacing the entire yoke assembly: the part is
expensive in comparison to the retail cost of a new pair of binoculars
and with labour charges on top is not usually a cost-effective repair
except on really high end expensive models and you can buy a brand new pair of Nikon Action binoculars for less than GBP£90.
The second repair is
straightforward and fairly quick for anyone with the right collimation
equipment, but the screw(s) need to be secured with thread-locking
hope you manage to use this information to fix your binoculars or at
least that it assists you to choose your next course of action.
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Send them back to Nikon. The first pair i had did it twice, then they sent me a brand new pair. Here a year later with new pair the eyecup pieces that turn in and out already have cracks in them again.
Don't "unscrew" the binoculars. there are no user servicable parts inside. the collimnation adj screws are beneath the rubber boot just under where your index fingers rest when looking through the bino's. use a jewelers screwdriver to tease the boot up and stick a small nut or something in. then put the binos on a stable surface and play with the screws a bit while watching the images. you can get them pretty close this way.