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I received these as a gift. 10x25 5. WHen looking thru them, they do not enlarge the image or bring it closer. What is the problem?

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It sounds like the worm gear isn't driving the lens assembly. If this was a new gift, exchange it for one that works. If it isn't a new gift, without a warranty, run it by a camera repair shop and they can tell you what it will take to fix it.
You might contact Nikon support to see if there's anything they can for you:
http://www.nikonusa.com/Service-And-Support/index.page
Good luck, and hope this helps.

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