Question about NewCon Optik BN-5 Binocular
There should be a beveled lock ring on the eyepiece.look at it closely...there should be numbers or letters on it...now turn the eyepiece in half way....hold the eyepiece with one hand and wrap a piece of rubber cord around the the bottom of the eyepiece that has the numers or letters on it and twist ,,,it should come apart...the eyepice is actually two pieces the problem is sometimes you will have to apply a little heat to break the seal do not use pliers or it will damage them ..if i can talk you through it i will.. give me a call at 5088330650......www.reichinstruments.com
Posted on Aug 17, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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