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My Nikon binocs needs repairs. I live in Silverton Pta. Where is my closest repair shop?

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If you go to the Nikon web site under support you will get a listing of "authorized factory repair stations."

Might just be cheaper to go out and get a new set since they will charge you a ridiculous amount. Now, if the binocs cost you 2000 bucks then the investment might be warranted.

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