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Re: Nikon action 10x50 shifted prism
Dont no where your from but should be collimated by someone with experience in nikon, cost should be about $30.00 plus shipping total$40.00. if i can be of any more help contact me @ email@example.com
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Please give details of make and model of camera, any knocks or other damage it may have suffered, however minor, and exactly what you mean by 'scope' - AFAIK, no cameras are fitted with spotting scopes as standard.
When someone reports a knocking from suspension a garage is unlikely to spend much time unless the knocking is either obvious or can be duplicated by bouncing or rocking or it is a very favoured customer.
Typically suspension/steering knocks and rattles do not cooperate and disappear once in the garage and so they must check the vehicle is safe and leave the rattle or knocking to develop. Lots of things can cause noise without being dangerous.
I was a mechanic in a garage in the days before time cost so much money and we took a different view of things. Then if someone brought us a rattle we mostly found it and cured it but sometimes the entire staff was employed driving around, bouncing, shaking , listening and sometimes it took hours. In those days the customer never paid for diagnosis - only the repair. That could not happen today...
On the right sort of road surface at the right sort of speed apparently good ball joints, steering racks and suchlike can produce awful noises. These sort of things often need to be checked and rechecked over a period before the source becomes obvious because road conditions cannot be duplicated in a workshop on a stationary car and no checking can be done on a moving car. It can take patience...
One typical knocking that is very difficult to locate is noisy valves inside the shock absorbers. Historically some car brands suffered a lot and others were no trouble at all so it is unsurprising some mechanics have never even heard the sort of racket they can produce that is obvious to no one except the occupants of the car.
You may have suffered a power surge which has damaged the motherboard and other components. I have suffered 2 myself and this sounds similar. Try reinstalling ALL your drivers and see if this solves it. If not I think *********** board has been ESD damaged.
You may find that the LCD itself has been ruptured or fractured, producing this anomaly. This is known as LCD "bleed". Consult pictures using this term and an image search engine to confirm that this is the type of damage.
If the strip doesn't look like "bleed", it may also be a failing inverter, producing a distorted image because it is sending bad data to the video port and motherboard video processing circuits.
Test your video processing by connecting the computer to an external monitor using the VGA/DVI/HDMI out on the side of the notebook.
Using a search engine with any of those terms in bold will produce results to assist you as necessary.
This is a common problem with binoculars. One of the prisms has shifted and the two sides are therefore no longer in optical alignment (collimation). Unfortunately, fixing this requires a degree of expertise, which may cost more than you will want to spend. I have often taken old binoculars apart or found external adjustments that allowed me to realign them, but I have ruined a few pair this way. Not a good idea if they are valuable.
If you can find the paperwork and they are still in warranty, you might try to get Canon to repair them, but I suspect that they will say they have suffered an accident, not a manufacturing fault.
To answer your question, your probably better off buying a new television. LCD tv's are made of a thin layer of special ionic chemicals sandwiched between two plastic plates, this allows it to light up to produce an image. If your television image is distorted in any way, this means the ionic chemicals have leaked or become solidified, any repair (if even possible) would require replacing the majority of the television, and it will be cheaper just to get a new tv. Sorry Ron!
this will be a graphics Chip/Card problem. or motherboard problem.
Check and reseat CPU. And RAM ( memory )
Also try plugging an external monitor in, and checking to see if there is a display on an external monitor.
refer to the manufacturers user guide, for how to do this.