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I have a pair of night vision binoculars, BN2,5x42. I Put in new batteries in the correct sequence + & - but i dont here the sound when its on, nor do i get the green light and night vision.. George....

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SOURCE: Bushnell night vision binoculars

They do stay on for a while after switch, that is OK. Dim and out of focus may indicate that the output voltage is low. If replacing the battery does not fix it, then the problem may be in the power supply circuit.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Newcon Optik Night Vision Binoculars BN5

The lenses screw out, the electronics are in the body and this involves removing all the screws, including the ones behing the rubber casing. Why do you wish to strip them out?

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: tasco nv 356 night binoculars

Check the HV to the tube and see if you can see any discolouration or spots on the tube - they often indicate tube failure. Many binoculars use the one power supply for both tubes as the current demand is very low. Often, one tube operation indicates tube failure, but a wire or connection could be at fault.

Posted on Nov 29, 2008

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SOURCE: need battery

Check with; www.rugift.com they sell these russian NV and will probably have the batts or have a source. Good luck. :)

Posted on Apr 23, 2009

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SOURCE: binoculars power on, then immediately

Hello there. Are you pointing your NV binoculars at bright light, if so, please stop. Therefore, if you are not then possibly the iit (image intensifier tube) is bad, or the auto shut-off is also shorted. Night Owl Optics are in El Paso, TX. Call Night Owl up, they won't tell how to fix it. But they will tell where to send it. "It is proporitary" which mean, they are the one to fix it. Sorry, stewbison.

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