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Eyepiece problem The eyepiece of my scope easily falls off when i switch magnification from 20x to 60x. Can anybody suggest solutions on how to solve the problem? Thank you.

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hello alexan..... I have first hand knowledge of Kowa and the answer to your question is yes. The company has an east coast service rep. and a west coast rep. Go to the link below to contact one of these service reps.


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Did you set it up according to the provided instructions?
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If your telescope is not properly aimed at the target (a star or a planet, or other object in the night sky) then you will see nothing.
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You really need someone at your side who has experience in using
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Unless your question is very specific, and unless you provide as
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