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I going to straight forward on this answer. This telescope is a useless piece of junk! The tripod is unstable, the .965 (obsolete size and design) eyepieces will only focus dead center. The finder is useless, too narrow a field to find anything. The high power eyepiece exceeds the maximum useful magnification (only 98x max under perfect conditions) This may be used for terrestrial viewing but worthless for astronomy.
Use the weakest lens the lens cap is off I hope lol I have a Meade scope and it has thumbscrews for the lenses that must be tightened evenly.It's tricky to see through a telescope especially if you have a strong lens in there instead of a weaker one.
Telescopes have a VERY small field of view. You must be pointed directly at the object. Why not practice focusing during the day time on a distant object, and then try for a large target like the moon at night.