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I have double image on binoculars and left eye is dim.

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Hard to guess whats wrong, sounds like the left side prism has shifted, best to send to a qualified tech.if its a cheapo really wouldnt be worth cost to repair. let tech know what model you have before wasting time. good luck....www.reichinstruments.com

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You get this if you happen to drop the binocs. prism alignment disturbed. once adjusted will get single and sharp image.

Posted on Aug 13, 2008

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