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This is a common proplem with binoculars that have been dropped. needs to be taken apart and realigned. trouble is some binos today are not worth the time or cost to repair if they were made in china, more of a toy...to realign would cost you at least $35 plus shipping..if i can help further? capecod389@aol.com

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