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I HAVE A NIKON TRAVELITE III 7X20 THAT I LOVE. THE ADJUSTER KNOB BROKE OFF BETWEEN THE LENS. IS THERE ANY WAY TO REPAIR IT?

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You will have to contact Nikon and they will more than likely replace them at no charge, especially if you registered them. Retail stores are an option but they will have to order them and there will be a charge.
Please rate this and let me know if this helps.

Posted on Feb 11, 2009

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