Question about Bushnell Optics
This kind of problem is always in the gray, since, chances are, one side has been "sprung" out of position. Sometimes one can temporarily flex it back to normal, but once mechanical (metal and plastic) parts are stressed, they tend to revert back to the bad position. It's also hard to tell which way to rebend the housing to reset it to it's original position, and often the problem is made worse by even trying, or exerting too much force. I had an older set that I would always have to twist and torque to sync the images, and just lived with it. Another thing to consider is that trying to twist it back might compromise the waterproof integrity of the unit. It's a nice set of binoculars, so I would recommend having a repair facility fix it, unless they want too much. Not sure I helped out, but good luck getting it fixed!
Posted on Jul 23, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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