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    Default Meade Illuminated 9mm Reticle Eyepiece



    Hi Group ___

    1. Can some kind soul please tell me what the four screws on the
    barrel of the Meade Cordless Illuminated Reticle eyepiece are for?
    Two are kind of knurled and are adjacent each other, the other two
    smooth with a top slot for a small screwdriver. Is there a web
    resource/article that specifically addresses this (no instructions in
    box)? I just spent 30 minutes on hold to get with Meade Customer
    Service, and then the answer I got was "they're for adjustment".

    2. I kind of figured that out on my own. Sheesh. Don't want to
    screw anything up (no pun intended).

    3. Thanks group.

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    Default Meade Illuminated 9mm Reticle Eyepiece

    Janet, by adjusting the knurled knobs, you can adjust where in the EP's field
    of view the cross hair falls. This will let you guide on a star tht is off
    center, in those instances where you don't want to move the scope itself to
    center the star. Hope that helps. Joe

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    Default Meade Illuminated 9mm Reticle Eyepiece

    jayseejay@aol.com (JAYSEEJAY) wrote in message news:<20031217080729.11114.00001139@mb-m11.aol.com>...

    Thanks much for the reply

 

 

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