Question about Celestron Celestar 8 Telescope
What are the sizes of the collimation screws on the Celestar C8. I need to replace one.
If you are going to replace them contact "Bob's Knobs" and order the replacement thumb screws. Makes collimation much easier, no Allen wrench needed.
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Jul 19, 2011 | Celestron Celestar 8 Telescope
can do it.
tube vertically on a table.
thumb wheel of regulation by unscrewing slightly the blocking screw with a key Allen
of 1,5 mm.
Undo the 4 screws
with a Phillips screwdriver.
the back part and you'll see the 6 screws of collimation.
The 3 longest
are of use to the blocking, the shortest in the regulation.
slightly the blocking screws before regulation.
necessary to make the little images of 2 mirrors coincide at the bottom inside the
at the front part of the tube all the images of circles are concentric.
strongly the blocking screws after regulation.
Sorry for my bad English, I hope you'll understand.
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