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They haven't been used for several years and all the controls are very stiff. Optics and alignment are fine.

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This is the grease that has gone sticky what ever you do do not try to take them apart. i expect that the focus ring is the biggest problem or do you mean the width of the lenses to the width of your eyes, or is it the adjustable ring on the right eye adjuster or all of these things get back to me and i will see if i can help

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