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Tv will no longer pick up citv channel. it says to rescan freeview box but our freeview is integral .

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Need a focus tube with integrated rack for a saxon


These can be purchased from several on-line retailers here is one, be sure to select one that will fit the tube.

http://handsonoptics.com/index.php?main_page=index&cPath=42_117

Clear skies.

Nov 07, 2014 | Telescopes

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I have just bought a Vivitar 60x/120x series 1. The image is blurred and upside down. Can you help.


Sorry to say this scope is not worthy of repair.

The image quality is nothing you can fix much less the upside down factor which is an eye piece problem as in a missing len's more than likely.

If you can return it.. do so.. Good entry level refractors (60 - 70 mm) are available starting around 65 (table top) to 150 dollars.

A pair of mildly priced 10x 40 or 10x 50 binoculars is another way to get into backyard astronomy.

Optical quality and build quality are almost always directly related to price. Entry level scopes can be had with some careful research and price shopping.

Decide on how much you can spend. How you will use it and go for the best bang for the buck. If it's too complicated to use..set up etc.. it's not worth any amount. Most beginners are better off with "grab and go" scopes.. Point and look.. etc.

Sorry your experience this go around has been not so great. Hang in there and keep looking up.. and never forget.. naked eye astronomy is very rewarding.. Check out the night sky at Sky and Telescope magazine website.. pick up a star chart.. etc.. learn just a few bright objects and get familiar with the planets so you can pick them out easily.

Heavens Above - check the satellites and space station passing overhead... We often check the Iridium flashes from our deck and have watched both International Space Station (ISS) and the Shuttle pass over many many times.. you don't need ultra dark skies for this.. it's very cool

Optics Planet

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Have fun and hang in there!

Best of luck!

May 03, 2011 | Telescopes

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The view from my newly assembled 70mm Astro-Gazer is upside down. Other than hanging from the ceiling, how do I view things right-side up?


get yourself a pair of Astronomical Binoculars you'll have so much more fun with Astronomy this way...just pick a really dark night outside of the major cities. i was in between the cities of Independence and Big pine going up highway 395 about 9:30 at night and something just told me to look up at the night sky and i immediately slowed down and pulled over to the side of the road on my motorcycle..it was completely black and no cars for miles, i was looking at the largest view of the milky way i've ever seen in my entire life, and looking at stars that i've never seen before except in the astronomy magazine charts..i've always know they were there, but now i actually saw them for the first time in my life..i didnt even care if i had my binoculars with me which un fortunatly i hadnt. but i wont forget next time. it would be hard to bring along a telescope on my bike.
http://www.heavens-above.com/
check out this link!

Aug 14, 2010 | Edu-Science (10166) Telescope

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We have assembled our Model OR 4500 but cannot see anything through the smallest eyepiece.


Put the eyepiece with the largest number written on it into the telescope. This is the lowest magnification. DO NOT use the 2x Barlow.

Go out side during the daytime and practice focusing on a distant object. Yes I know the box said something like 650 power but that was a BIG lie. Small telescopes are not usable above about 100 power.

Sep 18, 2009 | Telescopes

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What is it?


It's an Edmund Scientific telescope -- sort of like this one--
http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp_Q_pn_E_3039112

Call the company at the phone number on the web site above.

Nov 02, 2008 | Edu-Science (10166) Telescope

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Azimuth motor gearing problem


Sounds like it could be that the worm gear is not meshing
Look here for guidelines in the internals

Oct 15, 2008 | Meade ETX-125EC (500 x 127mm) Telescope

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Tasco equatorial mount


You can buy these on Ebay and on astromart.com (used) from time to time.

www.astromart.com

Aug 09, 2008 | Bushnell Tasco Telescope Galaxsee 525x60mm...

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Elevation motor stopped working....


You might look at the Jan's Meade lx90 site.
http://hometown.aol.com/kewtasheck/index.html
I have the same problem.

Feb 07, 2008 | Discovery Channel Meade 8" LX90-GPS...

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