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Bushnell problem- focus, battery, or something else?

 mtiger10 ·  
mtiger10mtiger10 Members  351WRX Points: 119Posts: 351 Greens
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Accidentally posted this question in the wrong place- maybe I'll have better success here in the "Rangefinder" section!
I bought my teenage son a Bushnell Pro 1M Slope edition rangefinder several years ago and I've noticed the last few times that we've used it the appearance is so fuzzy that we have trouble identifying the pin from beyond 100 yards. The battery indicator on screen does not show a low battery. The digits are still visible and seem accurate. We've both tried adjusting the manual focus but we're both seeing fuzzy images. Any ideas or suggestions?


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  • brew4eaglebrew4eagle VAMembers  3836WRX Points: 797Handicap: 8.2Posts: 3,836 Titanium Tees
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    Use compressed air, then the cleaning cloth to clean the optics really well. Then try using the focus again. That's where I'd start w/ troubleshooting.


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  • larrybudlarrybud Rochester Hills, MIMembers  11598WRX Points: 486Handicap: 3.4Posts: 11,598 Titanium Tees
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    Sounds like you just have the focus bottomed out at one end or the other. Can you see the focus change as you turn the focus knob?

    The battery has zero to do with the optics.


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