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Sear's Refractoring telescope Parts

Most of the refractors sold by Sears were made by Towa of Japan. These used the Japanese standard .965" barrel diameter eyepieces. These are hardo come by today and usually not worth the hunt. Get an 1.25" to .965" "hybird" star diagonal that will permit the use of 1.25" accessories. Orion sells this item. HTH, Geo.
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I lost a manual for Telestar telescope model 60AZ-D 60mm F=700mm coated optic, please let me know what I need to do,I need this so I will know what parts I might need.

Meade has a web site with their manuals here:
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I have at Sears telescope I am trying to rapair it has a model # 6307B on the label and says "Astronomical Refractor Telescope Coated" F700mm D60mm. Iam missing the piece that you look in I think it's a Barlow Lens and I have no other information. a manuel would be nice even better if it has a breakdown with part numbers. Thanks for your help Steve Church

It's probably a diagonal-- anyway, these are available from several retailers. Measure the hole in the focuser; it's probably .965, or 1.25 inch.
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Focusing parts . Teeth worn down on my 570X60 Rotary Refractor Telescope Model 78-9570. Please, only need place to get the part. Is like 1/8 inch wide and possibly a couple inches long.

You will not be able to buy parts-- a new QUALITY focuser costs more than your entire telescope.Chunk it in the trash and buy this-- this
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Do you know the model number?
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Bought a Sears 6336 Equatorial Refractor telescope with no manual

Look on Meade's web site for a manual. They all assemble pretty much the same way. Look here under REFRACTOR for one similar to your telescope.
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We were given an EDU Science telescope and tripod (no case). We don't know if it is working or if it has all the parts. The telescope looks like the link below, but the smaller tube attachment (see the large image front lower right) is missing. All we have is the tripod and the main large tube. The text on the telescope says: Coated Optics DIA-76mm F=800mm When we look inside the telescope (large tube) we see a mirror at the bottom. Near the top inside are the three metal bars with the device in the middle with three screws. I think we are missing the eye piece. I can send pictures if that would help. Our goal is to get it to work without having to buy all new parts. Thanks Jerry Pickett

The bit you are missing is the finder scope, which is a small low-power scope that is used to line up the main scope on an object that you want to view. Without this it can be quite hard to get the scope pointed at anything, as the field of view is quite limited, and more so at higher powers. It can be quite expensive to buy useful eyepieces for a scope, but they are readily available if the eyepiece mount tube is 1.25 inch inside diameter. The eyepieces that originally came with this scope probably were not very good, and in fact this scope is not up to much. It is rather small for a reflector at three inches diameter. You certainly won't be able to use it at the advertised 600 power, or even at 200. It has neither the resolution nor the light gathering ability with that small an aperture.I would recommend that you explore the web page at THIS LINK for a lot of good advice about first telescopes, before you spend any money.
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I have the telescope but it appears somehow we are missing the eyepiece part of the telescope...i guess this screws into the main part of the telescope. we have the edu science coated optics 60mm /700 mm

The eyepiece slips into the hole in the focuser. You might also have a diagonal. Put the diagonal into the focuser first and then put the eyepiece into the diagonal.You will find it is almost impossible to buy the .975 inch eyepieces that go into this telescope. The cost may be about the same amount as you spent on that scope. This is one of the worst telescopes to buy. We get many complaints on that brand which is being sold by Toys R Us.It is almost useless for the astronomy hobby.Read my tips on my profile page.
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I have a broken elevation spindle, the little aluminum casting that passes through the plastic driven gear and ultimately ends in 4 tapped holes that the sleeve bolts to that holds the optical tube. We tried to repair this with JB Weld Epoxy, and it held for one night, but it broke again when moving the scope. Is a replacement spindle casting available from any source? Although I am an engineer, and if money were no object, I could probably reverse engineer this part, produce a blueprint from many careful measurements, go to a foundry, and have a new one cast (or drop forged) in stainless steel, it would cost many times more than the telescope itself, and for that price I could just get a much bigger scope with a far more rugged mount. The original damage happened when the motorized mount was in a duffel bag that someone knocked off the tailgate of a pickup. It fell about 3 feet and impacted on hard rocky terrain. Visually it appeared to be undamaged until the weight of the tube was applied, then it was obvious something had broken. I have some pictures of the part and exactly where it goes if it has a different name than what I described. So i need a good part number for this part, a valid address and price and delivery information to order one from. If someone has built an aftermarket one from something like stainless steel or similar stronger material, so much the better, as it might also stiffen the scope and reduce vibration and oscillation when one bumps the eyepiece while observing.

Meade "MAY" sell you the part? Usually they want you to send the scope back. Call customer service: is also a problem on the ETX model scopes. There are some ingenious fixes posted on the Mighty ETX web site.Here: Bassically bolts, washers and nuts.Search the web site for Broken DEC knob.
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