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Eyepieces DO NOT have bolts and nuts. The eyepiece simply slips into the hole in the focuser. There is a tiny thumb screw that holds the eyepiece when it is placed into the focuser. You can buy a replacement at any well stocked hardware store.

Bring the scope tube to the store so you can measure the tiny screw hole and buy the correct thumbscrew.

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