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Seeing double in my 10x42 baush lomb binos were do I send to get fixed or replaced?..

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The binocular is out of collimation. They need to be sent to a qualified binocular repair outfit that can return the barrels back into alignment.

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The binos will rack focus both at the same distance, you need to rack focus left side to distant image with left eye only, then turn diopter focus to focus right eyepiece. Diopter focus is thinner wheel behind focus wheel

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If there has not been a major blow, it is in most cases straightforward to align that double image.
Begin by looking if any of the eyepieces or front tubes are jammed, if so they need to be straightened or replaced.
Another problem is if something rattles, and if you notice that it affects the double image. It could for example be the prism holders, or the front lens of the eyepieces. If you are lucky it is just the adjustment screws not being properly screwed in, see below, otherwise this problem needs to be taken care of firsthand.
For adjustment of the double image binos come with three more common options. There are in some cases concentric adjustment rings around the front lenses. More frequently on porro binos there are adjustment screws on the prism housing. You find them under the front and rear edges of the rubber fascia. Or with roof prism binos you often adjust the angle of the eyepieces with in that case adjustment screws on their periphery
To adjust you first pull the two tubes apart a little, look then at something with horizontal and vertical lines in the distance, for example a building. The image will look like bino views in a movie film, with two different circular fields of views kissing each other in the middle.
It is easy to see malalignment for horizontal lines as they go from left to right. These are also the most important to adjust. For vertical lines you need to scan left and right and see if the image jumps sideways. This direction is actually not totally necessary to get perfect, the eyes can slightly adjust for this, but at the price of fatigue.
Be careful and make small adjustments at a time. You should be done in a few minutes.

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Contact Bushnell, they will most likely ask for the binoculars shipped to them so they can replace the lenses. If the rubber eyeguards are cracking, contact Nikon below.

Eyecup (8X32 SE and 10X42 SE)
Nikon Part Number 7636

Eyepiece rainguard (covers both eyepieces)
Nikon Part Number 7634

Objective cap (SE 8X32)
Nikon Part Number 7678

The flexible eyecups are easy to remove and replace...if you just take your time working them on and off.


http://www.nikonusa.com/fileuploads/westernservice/moving.html
Nikon Parts Department
841 Apollo Street
Suite 100
El Segundo, CA 90245-4721
New Phone 310-414-8107
New Fax 310-335-9242
Our toll-free numbers will remain the same:
1-800-NIKONUX (for technical support)
1-800-NIKONSV (for service support)

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Is this your telescope?
http://www.fyeo.com/contents/products/baush-lomb-200x45-reflector.html

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http://www.tasco.com/pages/instruction-manuals/

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