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SPOTTING SCOPE WITH LOSE INNER LENS

INNER LENS CAME LOSE, IMAGE IS WAY OUT OF FOCUS. CAN HEAR LENS MOVING AROUND INSIDE SCOPE.

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Hi,

The only solution is to get it repaired.Here is the main support no.
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Goodluck..

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The screen got damaged, suggest you to change it.
Hope this helped you.
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You will need top take it to someone you specializes in telescopes and can get you the right part and install it correctly, Telescopes are not everyday items you can get parts for anywear. Try a scientific store and ask around, they may know somewhere to take it.

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