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I have never had a telescope before but my son Will won one for raising money for JRDF (Juvenile Diabetes research Foundation). We found out Will had type 1 diabetes 1-27-2005. Anyway Will raised $15,142.00. He picked the Galileo Fs-102ctc for his prize. The probelm I am having is that there seems to be a lot of play where the counter weight and telescope attach. It just doesn't seem very steady. It has about one eighth inch play in it. Is that normal. Thanks for any help you can offer me. Tim

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Tim Call Galileo at 1.800.548.3537. They send out a new part if you need it.

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