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I have a Coronado PST and can't seem to see anything through it??? I can get the sunlight in the finder window, but don't have any glimpse of an image in the lens. It is almost if there is something blocking the lens. Please help

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HI lyuen: its possible the finder scope/window is not aligned properly , or these type of scope need very careful focusing. otherwise it will be difficult to see the sun.
hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 28, 2011

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