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My USN WWII individual focus 7x50 oculars were hard to turn. I turned too hard. Now one unscrews all the way out. Can it be fixed?


the grease has turned hard and they need to be regreased and recollimated...best bet is to do a complete overhaul at this point......larry@reichinstrunents.com

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One image is slightly above the other at all distances. After using the binoculars for even a couple of moments, my eyes are strained. The problem was present when the binoculars were purchased, however...


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I own a MRJ-03 Premiere microscope with the a bad electric board. How can I get spare parts for it? abnernm@hotmail.com


I have the same problem and can't find parts anywhere. Premiere Microscopes doesn't answer their phone or return calls and their customer service email keeps rejecting everything I send. Please let me know too if there are parts available for this microscope.

Robbie.Dietrich@gmail.com

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