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Can I get the plastic piece with left handed threads that screws onto the eye piece for the adjustable eyecup to ride on.


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Blurry Binoculars?


If you are getting a blurred or double image through your binoculars don't throw them away.
Hold them at arms length and look at the spot of light coming from the ocular lens. If they are shaped like cats eyes they out of collimation but in most cases this can be fixed.
The prisms need realigning. This is done by tilting the binocular's prisms by making tiny adjustments to screws found under the binocular's outer armour. You could try this your self with a 2mm screw driver and a bit of trial and error or you could contact us at www.binocular-repairs.com for an estimate.
We have over 30 years experience in this field and have the technology and the spare parts to mend most makes and models of binoculars and telescopes.
I hope I can be of assistance.
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on Jul 14, 2011 | Bushnell Optics

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Lens alignment


generally under the edges of the covering at the eyepiece end there are tiny screws that are used to adjust the prisms in the binoculars, generally out of alignment issues are caused by the prisms being out of alignment.

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I am suddenly seeing double images theough my binoculars.


Up close to the eyepieces around the barrels are small screws that you can use to "collaminate" your binocs. The screws aren't meant to be accessed by the owner and most manufacturers cover them up with the material that surrounds the binocs. Of course the binocs in their current state are useless anyhow, so I wouldn't hesitate to peel up the material to look for the screws. If you do it carefully, you can reseat the material anyhow. Then once you locate the small screws, put the binocs on a stand or a table outside. Focus on something far away using one eye. Then using both eyes, you adjust the screw on the other eyepiece while looking through the binocs. Adjust until you get a single image. You can use loctite, or nail polish to "glue" the screw in the final position if it is really loose.

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I see double one over the other about 20 degrees


Up close to the eyepieces around the barrels are small screws that you can use to "collaminate" your binocs. The screws aren't meant to be accessed by the owner and most manufacturers cover them up with the material that surrounds the binocs. Of course the binocs in their current state are useless anyhow, so I wouldn't hesitate to peel up the material to look for the screws. If you do it carefully, you can reseat the material anyhow. Then once you locate the small screws, put the binocs on a stand or a table outside. Focus on something far away using one eye. Then using both eyes, you adjust the screw on the other eyepiece while looking through the binocs. Adjust until you get a single image. You can use loctite, or nail polish to "glue" the screw in the final position if it is really loose.

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Lenses not synched


tghere are usually a couple of grub screws under the rubber covering of the prism housings, these adjust the prisms to align each side of the binocular relative to each other.

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Problem with MF-02 binocular microscope stage


I think your problem lies in the way the stage is limited upwards. On top of the stage, right behind it where it slides against the arm, there should be a little screw.  This screw limits the movement of the stage to a certain point upwards.  If the limit exceeds the adjustment gear and its opposing track, then the stage just goes up one notch and then it clunks down.  If you screw it down the stage is limited further down, if you screw it up it's limited a bit higher.  The point of this screw is to prevent objective and slide damage.  Try adjusting this little screw a bit further down and see if it still 'clunks' when you turn it up.  After that we may work on properly adjusting it.  If not, please post again with whatever detail you can provide to aid you with this problem further.

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Binocular Double Vision


We can align yur binoculars for your for 25-30.00 plus 5.00 to ship back to you. Some units have handy set screws to make adjustments from outside the unit. Call me, wwwbinocularservice.com
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8 X 30 eyepiece has come loose


Use strong glue and then put it on!

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