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Cannot see through lense

Cannot view anything through the lense. just black and no image. it's like there is no light source to view. i am a complete beginner, so any help would be helpful.
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A telescope only shows about 1 degree or LESS of sky-- this about the size of the tip of your finger held at arms length! Point it at the moon and practice focusing the telescope.

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