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Crooked screen screen is tilted a little...opened up , was going to turn yoke but seems to be glued in place. would this straighten the screen or is there an adjustment?

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No adjustments only the yoke. You might be out of luck if glued

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The yoke needs to be turned slightly and the picture will move in the same direction as you rotate the Yoke. (located on the neck of the Picture Tube) Just loosen the screw on the yokes clamp slightly then carefully touch only plastic edge of the yoke and turn it slightly while an assistance watches the picture be careful not to slide the yoke up hugher or lower on the neck. It has to saty at the same spot but just rotated slightly.The pic below shows the yoke with yellow arraows. Do not disturb the purity rings (RED ARROW) or it will cause blotches in the picture so its very important not to disturb the item with red arrow.
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I have had RedHead 7x - 21x binoculars for about 4 years now and I have ran into a problem. When I look through them I am seeing double. I have adjusted the focus and changed the distance that I am holding...


You have the classic signs of the most common binocular fault: a bent or broken eyepiece carrier yoke.

The cause is usually due to the binos being dropped or stored standing on the eyepieces. The only cure is a replacement yoke, but the repair is rarely cost-effective unless the binos are really expensive and top-quality models. Although most RedHead models aren't cheap, they certainly don't fall into the realistically repairable bracket.

Broken/bent yokes cannot be repaired: If bent, then it's near-impossible to unbend them accurately enough and in any case the process will always either break the yoke or will severely weaken it. Broken yokes cannot be glued together as the contact point is just too tiny for the loads it carries, and as it usually bends before breaking you'd simply end up with a bent yoke afterwards even if you could glue them.

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The yoke which connects the eyepieces and keeps them aligned as the focus changes is damaged. If you can easily move one eyepiece back and forth with respect to the other then the yoke has broken, if not then it's bent, probably cracked and waiting to break.This is easily the most common fault on most binoculars, and it's always uneconomic to repair on budget brands such as Bushnell.

If bent, the yoke *might* be able to be straightened, but it will be weakened and the alignment afterwards will rarely be spot-on. If broken, then the yoke must be replaced professionally but the repair will cost more than replacing the binoculars with new. In any case, it's unlikely that Bushnell even list the spare part for it. The break cannot be simply glued: the contact area is too small to carry the loads it has to carry, and you also usually find that the yoke bent before breaking anyway so you then have all the same problems as you do with a bent yoke.

The fragile nature of the yoke is why binoculars must always be inserted into their case with the objective lenses facing down; this avoids shock loads on the delicate yoke assembly.

I hope that you've found my posting to be of use and in return ask only that you take a moment to rate my answer.

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Its an easy adjustment but it requires you to work around the deflection yoke on the neck of the picture tube. Above the yoke is a red connector that is carrying 30,000 volts then on the yoke itself you have wires that are connected to the horizontal and vertical circuits that can carry up to a 1200 volt pulse. So this alignment is not for anyone but a technician. I personally would leave the tilt until you can have a technician touch it up for you. Take a moment to rate my answer. Thanks...

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yr previous buld is it burn out or explode ?
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The yoke has probably come loose and tilted.. From the rear of the set looking on the back of the crt you'll find a copper wire wound magnet called the yoke. It terminates on the neck of the yoke with a clamp. With the set off slightly loosen the clamp and turn the yoke assembly in the opposite direction - key word here is slightly - and apply power to check the alignment.
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1,strong magnet fields close to the t.v. e.g.hifi loudspeakers.The cure would be to move the speakers away from t.v. Switch t.v. off for up to forty mins at the switch and then try again.
2,failure of deguase circuit inside t.v. a job for an engineer/tech do not go poking about inside tv's if you do not know what you are doing,very very dangerous.
3,sony t.v.'s do get problems with their scan yokes sliding down the neck of the tube,they are wedged and glued into place,the glue gives and the yoke can move.Again this is a job for an engineer /tech. 

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