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Cant adjust the mirrors to see any thing

I have a galileo telescope thats some what old and i cant figure out how to adjust the mirrors so i can see

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Remove the eyepiece, and look down the focuser tube. The small diagonal mirror should have the full main mirror visible. If not, then adjust the diagonal mirror until all the main mirror is viaible, and the diagonal is centered. Then the main mirror is aligned until all the images viewed are concentric, with your eye being in the middle. That should do it.

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