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I unscrewed my Kenko 2x AF MC4 DG Teleconverter the elements fell out and i don?t know how to reassemble it

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SOURCE: Compabilty Nikon 70-300mm/f1:4-5.6G with KENKO 2 X TELECONVERTER MC4DG

Having a 'DG' in the name of the converter tells me, Yes...

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If this is not the DG type what you do is to remove the name ring you can pleel it of it will restick
under the name ring you willsee two holes to use a compus to undscrew this ring do not put
to much presher on the ring when unsewing it next you will be able to unscrew the front element
just clean and blow out the dust out then rescrew all .

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