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E. Windage (horizontal) Adjustment. F. Objective lens. 2. EYEPIECE FOCUSING. Without using your scope, look at a distant object for several seconds.
Keep the protective lens covers in place when the scope is not in use. ... This optimum adjustment may also require the rings to be moved along the scope rail.
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How interesting! Why did they fall out? I suggest you start by doing a web search for your model of spotting scope (since you haven't included that info so I can't search for it) and look for a technical drawing that shows the lenses and their order. But, even that might not solve your problem because some of the lenses may be slightly different from one face to the other, which difference may not be obvious from drawings. Thus, if a lens is inserted "backward" it could affect the focus and magnification. Ditto with lens spacers and threaded rings. Then there is the matter of re-assembly being accomplished without fingerprints, dust, weather sealing, etc. I hope you are successful.
You probably can't fix it, and I don't know if it is worth fixing. There is a guy on ebay that fixes scopes, but like I said, this might not be worth fixing. you can buy a new one for what it will cost. So considering it a total loss, it won't hurt for you to try. You can take off the rear just by unscrewing it, and then the cross hair tube will come out, all different, but usually a cylinder screw driver, ( a tube with 2 notches on it, or a flat piece of steel the diameter of the inside tube. ) Take it out and see what happens next, going in from the front will release the seal, but it might already be broken. If you end up with a basket case, put it on ebay for parts. Hope this helps.
First buy a dew shield, this will help prevent dew for some period of time. You may also need to buy a dew heater for the scope. Depends on where you live.
DO NOT leave the scope pointed up toward the sky for long periods of time.
Bring the scope outside at least 1 hour before you are going to use it. This lets the optics reach ambient temperature which will give you better views.
Here is a retailer that sells a dew shield and dew heaters: Bring the scope inside for a day or two and see if the dew "inside" the tube vanishes all by itself, before you decide to open it up. The corrector lens must be reinstalled in the EXACT position it was in before you removed it.
The rattling sound is a KNOWN ISSUE with these scopes. It actually does not affect anything. The scope is what is called an acromatic refractor. ALL ACROMATIC REFRACTORS show color fringing around bright objects. You would need to buy an APOCROMATIC refractor with 3 lenses to get true color correction. These scopes are very expensive to buy.
You can also use a "minus violet" filter to eliminate most of the color fringing in that scope. If the scope cannot be collimated it should be returned to Meade.
Behind the protective shield are two plastic layersright next to each other if the front one is not broken and the quality of the picture is good considering the damage to that specific spot on the screen you should not have to replace it,only remove whats left of the broken shield.Be careful not to scratch that front lens.