I have two tunnels, when looking through. I did adjust the binoculurs, according to the width of my eyes. Which would seem to be an obvious fix. But, did not work. Objects, when looked at from distance, are still doubled. One side appears a tad higher, or farther in disance than the other. Obviously making the binoculars useless. Better suited as a monocular. Which defeats purpose.
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The light tunnel has collapsed. Google "infocus light tunnel." You can glue it, as I did, but it tends to break again. From what I have read nobody has a good fix and the manufacturer has ignored the problem which has alienated a lot of customers. They won't even sell a replacement tunnel. Good luck!
It sounds like you have mounted the replacement light tunnel incorrectly. It is a common error. What has happened is you have the light tunnel sitting on yop of the positioning stop which is opposite from the color wheel side. If you take it back apart you will see that it's not laying parallel to the casting. if you reposition it so it is just touching where the opening is in the clamp on the color wheel side you will feel it fall into place.
Good Day, kammey;
Sounds like your TV is having a Convergence Circuit failure. NOT an easy repair, so, call an Authorized Factory Service Center to come to your home and give an estimate B4 repair, $450.00-$650.00, depending on your location and the cost of gas. Good Luck, big IRISH.