Question about Swift Ultra Lite 929 Binocular
I have a pair of swift ultra light binoculars and have gotten debris in the eyecups. They are sticking pretty bad and I cant seem to get the debris (mostly plant seeds) out. Is there a way to remove the eyecups?
The rubber outer ring of the eyecups can be peeled off of the metal ring underneath. This exposes the three tiny screws and their channels that allow the eyecups to move in and out. Clean any debris out of the channels, tighten or replace the screws if necessary, and fit the rubber covers back onto the rings.
Posted on Oct 26, 2010
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