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Scope eyepiece screw replacement.

Hi, Please could you help me? I recently purchased a Bresser Safari 20-60x80 Scope and I am very pleased with it's performance. However when adjusting the zoom the other day I found it to be a little stiff and so removed the outer casing of the eyepiece. On doing this, a small gold screw fell out and I haven't got a clue where it came from or how to put it back. I have replaced the casing and I can adjust, but I am concerned about this screw and that I may have displaced something. Maybe if I could see a drawing/ diagram of the eyepiece compnents I could replace the screw myself, but my concern is that my Scope may now not be at optimum performance, albeit looking through the Scope appears ok. Please could somebody be so kind as to advise? Tony Martin

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Dear Tony,
Please see properly at oject ring case or eyepiese plastic case.Their is a three screw.I thik one of this come out.

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Dear Tony Martin,
I give you solution earlier.
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Dhananjay Raval -India

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Dear Tony Martin,
I give you solution earlier.
Thanks.
Dhananjay Raval -India

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