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Konus Spot 80

Lens fell to pieces, needs re-assembling correctly.

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Konus Spot 80

I understand your frustration!

Please try to contact their US service center:

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First level the instrument;

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It should be mostly fixed, however if it is not just repeat the steps above; it gets exponentially better everytime until you can no longer detect the error.

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My email address is darcysmoke@ hotmail .com I can send the files or go directly to and ask for the files sent direct to you

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