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The toothed barrel guide

The plastic barrel (jagged) guide broke in two. Can't position barrel forward or backward. Is that repairable or am I looking for new telescope? If the latter is the case, is there any place near Windsor Onrtario that accepts the old one...even for recycling?

Harry Annan
La salle Ontario, Canada

hannan@cogeco.ca

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Hannan, you are better off getting a new scope.they are so cheap these days.
try here FREE shipping
http://www.canadiantelescopes.com/Shop-By-Type/Beginner-Telescopes
hope this helps

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