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The Dial that adjusts the clarity is frozen.

We own a Bausch & Lomb (Zephyr 7X35)
Can you tell us how we can loosen the dial as it is frozen and we can't get it to budge. Thanks

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For what your describing is the issue with your bino's I would suggest sending them to

bushnell
attn repair
8500 marshall drive
lenexa KS 66214

put inside the package your name address telephone number and a detailed description of the issue.

the turn around currently is 4-6 weeks

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Some 7x35 b&l have to be regreased after time, if you force it you could wear the the center wheel or cross thread it.you should still be able to free it by applying pressure and turning wheel counter-clockwise, once it is free and you are going to adjust it to put it back in the case, do not turn the wheel until the eyepieces hit the body, thats where i think its getting stuck,leave eyepieces up a little after use...hope this helps...larry@reichinstruments.com

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I thought this was a free service. I am not interested. Thank you anyway!

Posted on Nov 22, 2008

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