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Contact the company who manufacture ths NV-300. I can tell you now ti's manufactured in Russia. Well, check the internet for "Night Vision 300, Also, this could be Night Owl Optics, Bushnell Optics, Lebel/Zinth Optics, ATN, etc.
Send me a picture and give me the diameter of the eyepiece on both ends. Most of these monoculars will basically have the same parts. GB...stewbison
It could be on the top with a small hatch door that holds two AA batteries. Also, there could be a screw in cap on the back that could hold one or two CR123A 3 volt batties.
Unless it has finger crip lever on the top, this piezo electric plunger. The plunger needs to be activated about twenty plus times to build some current for the storage capacitors that will charge a small batteries. stewbison
Hello, I don't understand. Yes there are a few wiring connections inside this NV200 monocular. Kent, I will need to know what the problem with your NV monocular before I can properly diagnosis your NV problems. There just to many things that can happen to these NV devises. stewbison
Hello, I fell the same way buddy. Sorry to here about your Night Vision
monocular? But Tasco NV monocular is manufactured in Russia. It seem you got
a few year out of your NV devise...7 years is very good. The biggest thing that
goods bay is the Russian manufactured image intensifier tube. There are cheap.
This is about 85% of the monocular problem and 90% of the cost. Two items that
viewed as important with NV devises. The case, and the image intensifier
tube. Now, if you have Russian optics above 50mm for the front lens then on
could consider that the optics are another cost. Auction it off on eBay as
"doesn't work, parts only" Sorry, and I wish you luck...GB...stewbison
First I am assuming you have the correct battery and it is installed. During day light you can check your scope. BUT FIRST DO NOT TURN THE SCOPE ON UNLESS THERE IS A LENS COVER IN PLACE. Most of these devices have a cover with a small peep hole which will permit checking out during the day. There should be a switch to activate the scope.
Then adjust the focus and magnification (front and eye) apertures. I hope this helps.