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Where can I get my Docter 10x42 binocular repaired, the lenses are loose

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Depends where you are from. there are several in u.s. if you want i can give you an estimate to repair them .larry@reichinstruments.com

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If you are outside north America, then warranties and repair processes may be different and you'll need to contact the Bushnell office for your part of the world.

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