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I've misplaced the manual for my Zeiss 526005 Monocular

I need to change the batteries. How do I do this as it isn't obvious? Also is it possible to get a replacement copy of the manual from anywhere?

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I would take your monocular to Radio Shack which has an extensive line of battery replacements and a knowledgeable staff that will most likely be able to replace it for you!

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