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E. Windage (horizontal) Adjustment. F. Objective lens. 2. EYEPIECE FOCUSING. Without using your scope, look at a distant object for several seconds.
Keep the protective lens covers in place when the scope is not in use. ... This optimum adjustment may also require the rings to be moved along the scope rail.
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You have to remove the front element carrier from the scope body and tighten the ring inside the carrier
Now the funpart remove the thread protector then the gold ring making sure that the element carrier don't rotate while doing that
Then count the rotations till you get the element out as that is important for the parralax free setup or you could just remove it and after repair reparrallax it your self YouTube has some vids on how to do that
Threadloc the ring to hold lens tight inside the carrier reinstall carrier to maintube but you have to purge the tube of air and moisture to stop condensation inside the scope and fill with an innert gas
Reparrallax scope if required and test zero
Fog in the scope means moister inside. You can try and dry it out, take the rear lens off and using a hair drier heat the tube and the lens separate. Do not blow air inside it may damage the cross hairs. You can try and pressurize the tube so it will not happen again. You will need a large clear zip lock baggy the biggest you can find. Once your scope has been heated with the hair drier. Put the scope in the bag. and try to draw out all the air inside. You can use a Vacuum cleaner. if you get enough air out you can reinstall the adjustment lens on and the tube should stay in a vacuum for a season or two. You can also put vasiline on the threads to help seal the vacuum. You can also try to use gas, you can use gas from a paint ball gun cylinder to pressurize the scope. Put the scope in the bag pressurize the bag and reassemble the scope with the gas inside.
You probably can't fix it, and I don't know if it is worth fixing. There is a guy on ebay that fixes scopes, but like I said, this might not be worth fixing. you can buy a new one for what it will cost. So considering it a total loss, it won't hurt for you to try. You can take off the rear just by unscrewing it, and then the cross hair tube will come out, all different, but usually a cylinder screw driver, ( a tube with 2 notches on it, or a flat piece of steel the diameter of the inside tube. ) Take it out and see what happens next, going in from the front will release the seal, but it might already be broken. If you end up with a basket case, put it on ebay for parts. Hope this helps.
You can try to clear this your self. You will need a good sized clear plastic bag, say kitchen trash can size. You will need to get your hands on some nitrogen gas or you can also use carbon dioxide gas. You will need some good electrical contact grease or Vaseline will also work. Take the focus lens off your scope, let it dry out a day or so. Now ck for any o-rings and try to find new if you can, put the grease on the screw threads. Put all the scope parts in the bag and pump up the bag with your nitrogen and tie off the bag but leave room so you can screw the lens back on once it has set for a little bit in the gas. This should let gas stay inside the scope so no moisture can get back inside to fog it up. Try that, sounds crazy but it will work.
You can try to clear this your self. You will need a good sized clear plastic bag, say kitchen trashed can size. You will need to get your hands on some nitrogen or you can also use carbon dioxide. You will need some good electrical contact grease or Vaseline will also work. Take the focus lens off your scope, let it dry out. Now ck for any o-rings and try to find new if you can, put the grease on the screw threads.Put all the scope parts in the bag and pump up the bag with your nitrogen and tie off the bag but leave room so you can screw the lens back on once it has set for a little bit in the gas. This should let gas stay inside the scope so no moisture can get back inside to fog it up. Try that, sounds crazy but it will work.