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Dent in tube of telescope - Bushnell Voyager 78-9565 (120 x 60mm) Telescope

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Dent in tube of telescope - Bushnell Voyager 78-9565 (120 x 60mm) Telescope

Should not cause problems, unless the tube is bent, causing the objective to be off center.
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Bushnell voyager AN-78-9565

Not worth repairing-- a new focuser for your telescope would cost as much or more than the telescope-- unless you can find a discarded telescope of the same model..... for parts.
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Lens' in my new Voyager 78-9960 telescope fell out

The small squares are spacers between the lens elements. Most objectives have 2 parts, with one lens like() or (|. That is the one on the outside, with the outwardly curved side facing the object to view. The other lens goes behind it, making the stack look like: (object) --- ())| for the 2 lenses. Sorry, this page does not allow proper graphics, but I hope you get the idea.Do not tighten the retaining ring too tight - just enough to hold in place. The lenses need a little space for thermal expansion.
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Cannot focus a Meade Refractor "Electronic Digital" series

All of Meade's manuals are listed here-- it outside during the day time-- put the eyepiece with the LARGEST number written on it into the telescope--- this is the LOWEST magnification.Point it at a distant object and practice focusing-- the moon should be your first night time object.
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How to use the Bushnell Voyager AK 78-9470 Telescope

Bushnell has all of their manuals on this web site: a local astronomy club and the members will help you with your telescope. Read my TIPS on my profile page.
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Bushnell 560 Telescope eye piece

Try contacting Bushnell directly. 800-423-3537 Toll Free
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I noticed a small dent on the optical tube. Could this affect the telescopes performance? The dent is maybe 1-2mm deep.

Small dents will not affect the telescope.
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I have a Bushnell Voyager telescope and can't see anything thru it at night!

Did you set it up according to the provided instructions? Do you have a low power eyepiece inserted at the viewing end? Have you aimed the telescope at the moon as a basic test of visibility? If your telescope is not properly aimed at the target (a star or a planet, or other object in the night sky) then you will see nothing. If the power of your eyepiece is too large and your telescope aim is not "dead on", then you will see nothing. Have you tried using the scope in the daytime? Do you see anything? Aim at a specific object, or section of an object, like the top of a lamp-post about a block or two away, and see if you can focus on it the eyepiece. You really need someone at your side who has experience in using astronomical telescopes. That would be the quickest way to solve any problems you have. Unless your question is very specific, and unless you provide as much detail as possible about your problem, it will be difficult for anyone to provide you with speecific answers that will help you solve your problem. joy, walt
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