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Jemenie!!! Apparently Weaver doesn't know what to do. Call the big boss and give a ear full. It could be a bad switch, broken wire, bad image tube, faulty ccfl inverter, multiplier. Without some troubling shooting it, it is impossible to tell. stewbison
Here we go. Sorry that you waited 7 months or maybe not. Here Meade's Instrment/Optics owner manual for your Meade NightView NV Monocular. If you have two eye pieces to look through and two optic lens on the other end then you have a binocular. But if there is only one eye piece and one Optic on the other end it a Monocular Bi--2, Mo-- Here is Meade web site for your monocular.. http://www.meade.com/manuals/TelescopeManuals/binoculars/Meade%20Night%20View.pdf. GB....stewbison
One more thing. DO NOT LOOK THROUGH NV
MONOCULAR DURING THE DAY, OR LOOK AT BRIGHT LIGHTS. This
will destroy the image intensifier tube. Bright lights will make it go south
faster than Speedy Roadrunner. I need parts if the image tube is gone. Night Owl
Optics in El Paso, TX will charge you about $200 plus parts and shipping to
repair it. So, listen no looky at bright lights in the neighbor bedroom window,