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I have an NEPVS-14 that was left on while facing

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This is not much to go on???? i gess you have found out its not working by now,,,try changing the batterys? these scopes only have a life span of about1500 hours after that there dead they are "bright light protected" so leaving it switch on in daylight should have just knocked the batterys out,,,

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