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    Recently bought a Celestron 8-24 zoom .It made a rattling noise if you shook it.0ptically it seems very good.
    Is this normal for zooms or is there a fault.The lens appear to be firmly in place.
    Grateful if anyone can shed some light on this rattle noise.

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    Default Re: Astro Stone

    Zoom eyepieces can rattle a bit.

    Here's a link to a previous discussion:

    Zoom Rattle?
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