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The eyepiece DOES NOT assemble. It is all one piece. If you unscrew the bottom or the top-- never do this. You must reassemble the lenses exactly.
The eyepiece goes directly into the diagonal (an L shaped device with a mirror inside, and then the diagonal goes into the tube.. That's it. You can buy eyepieces from dozens of different suppliers. Here is one:
Sorry-- no we cannot help you. NEVER remove the front lenses from a telescope. Only the outside surfaces would ever need to be cleaned.
You will need to experiment-- there are really only a limited amount of possible ways to assemble two lenses together. Try each different way -- and use cotton gloves so you do not get fingerprints on the lenses.
The small squares are spacers between the lens elements. Most objectives have 2 parts, with one lens like() or (|. That is the one on the outside, with the outwardly curved side facing the object to view. The other lens goes behind it, making the stack look like: (object) --- ())| for the 2 lenses. Sorry, this page does not allow proper graphics, but I hope you get the idea. Do not tighten the retaining ring too tight - just enough to hold in place. The lenses need a little space for thermal expansion.
oh this is normal,because when looking at stars it really doesnt matter if they are inverted,but by leaving out the erecting lenses you get more light and less distortion. so you need an erecting lense to see images in the daytime,call bushnell@18004233537,im sure they can sell you the right adaptable piece....good luck...firstname.lastname@example.org
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I purchased the tasco lenses that were for a different tasco scope, and tried them on both the tasco
galaxsee scop and a bushnell that I have and they worked perfectly on both.