Question about Optics
You never said what reflector you own? or what type of MOUNT it is on? However here is Meade's web site with manuals-- look under the 4.5 inch reflector heading for one that is similar to your scope. They all assemble and are used in a similar fashion.
Posted on May 29, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Posted on Nov 28, 2008
This is a small refractor telescope-- they pretty much all work the same-- BUT don't expect to get more than 100 power out of the scope. Yes I know the box said 600 power but it's a lie. In my 8 inch telescope I rarely get above 250 power and my scope is many times larger than the one you have--
Now put the eyepiece with the largest number written on it into the telescope-- the LARGER the number the LOWER the magnification. During the day time practice focusing on a distant object --- AND line-up the small finder scope on top with the main telescope tube. Look at the top of a distant light or church steple, or telephone pole. Without moving the telescope adjust the small finder scope by loosening and tightening the screws around the tube holding the finder scope-- put the crosshairs on the same spot as the main telescope.
Now you can use the small finder to locate objects in the sky-- the moon should be your first night time target.
Posted on May 18, 2009
This is a Fisher Price toy telescope. You will not find an operational manual.
Return the scope, it's considered junk. After you return it, consider a reflector on a Dobsonian mount as your first telescope. Like this one:
and read my telescope TIPS on my profile page.
Posted on Jan 10, 2010
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You will not find a manual for that telescope. However Meade maintains a web site with all of their manuals. Look under the "4.5 inch Reflector" Heading for one that is similar to your telescope. They all assemble and are used in the same way.
Posted on Apr 12, 2011
This scope is made in China and is the same as the Konus, my advice is find a close astronomy club and the guys there will be more then glad to help you set it up.and use it.
Posted on Jun 28, 2011
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