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The red dot nor the crosshair is not lighting up,the night vision is working but nothing to aim by

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Replace the LED or bulb in the reticle. This LED or bulb illuminate the military dot and/or cross-hairs to Red. Red on Green. stewbison

Posted on Sep 05, 2011

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These NV monoculars and this Guardian is made by ATN. Normally what happen is the image intensifier tube has gone back to Red Star country. In other words, it gone! The reason why the IR light up is it on a different circuit and has nothing to do with the internal electronic of this NV monocular.

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