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I have a powerseeker 60 telescope, can't see now

I have a powerseeker 60 telescope, which worked fine first time using it, but after i tried to change the eyepiece, and put back the original eyepiece, i can't see anything. It's like i can see the reflection of my eyelashes?? Please help!

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You are using too much power for this small 60mm telescope. Use the eyepiece with the largest number written on it, and DO NOT USE the 2xbarlow which multiplies power by 2 times.

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