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When I a object through the eye piece,the object

When I view a object through the eye piece,the object is up side down. is this normal?. I cannot find/see the cross hairs in the finderscope. my model # am-78-9565.where can i get/buy a manual for this model.

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Astronomical telescopes present images upsidedown, this is normal.

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your problems will short out.

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