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How do you dismantle Olympus DPS 1(8x40) Binocular? step by step manual or video would help...

I need to clean fungus/mold from objective. ?Need help how to open it...

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SOURCE: do you sell eyepiece covers

Hi Ted,
If you let me know the exact diameter of the eyepiece (outside edge to outside edge) I am sure I will have some in stock for you.
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T.E Lock Opticalia Limited www.Binocular-repairs.com

Posted on Jul 14, 2011

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you will remove the name plate first. it has notches at sides. when you managed to turn that plate, you will see screws. when they are removed front element will be released. Do not drop the steel ball to make click sound. To remove back part, you will remove screws at back and do not drop buttons at sides. After opening back side you can see diapragm related mechanism and rear element block.

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