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I've got a pair of Yukon night vision binoculars....the green light don't come on any more but the red one does . .any idea what the problem is

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The lenses screw out, the electronics are in the body and this involves removing all the screws, including the ones behing the rubber casing. Why do you wish to strip them out?

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Check the HV to the tube and see if you can see any discolouration or spots on the tube - they often indicate tube failure. Many binoculars use the one power supply for both tubes as the current demand is very low. Often, one tube operation indicates tube failure, but a wire or connection could be at fault.

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Check with; www.rugift.com they sell these russian NV and will probably have the batts or have a source. Good luck. :)

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take it into an outdoor shop and they can check the mirror alignment, seems that it may have "altered' itself

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I need a manual for a yukon ranger digtal 5x42 binoculars


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I have a Oldelft PD4D night vision binocular. I have no idea what it is nor the worth. They are OD green in color. I was under the impression that they are Russian optics? Can you help. Thanks, Mike


Hello, this information will cost you the United States Debt!!! OK, it free. Oldelft a company in Belgium the used or still is making very fine dinner ware and other porcelain vases. Backing the early eighty's to about the end of the 80"s. Oldelft started manufacture NV devises and they also made scopes, monoculars, and binoculars that had some excellent quality to them--Extremely excellent quality. European Corporation bought the rights from Oldlft NV and try manufacture NV devises in Europe. Around this time most countries in Europe were manufacturing their own NV devise. The Night Vision Corp. sold to Phototonics in Calif; in which they manufacture NV devises and their parts and other things.

Because they are OD green they were used by the Military of Europe and many Arab countries who circumvented the International embargo on such items. To be a "Capitalist....is to supply there demand when it's needed" A little secret here: Embargo against countries don't work... It will never work. To be a capitalist is also to be greedy.

Greedy supplies the world for those who don't have it, and those who will manufactured it. I would say a majority of the Arab Countries have Oldelft NV devise in the eighties and nineties. Now, they make their own. There is probably 75 countries in the world that manufacture NV devises or parts for them.

Finally, There are not Russian Optics. Their quality is to good to be Russian. Does this Oldlft binocular have wording on the side saying: "Three Cascade" If it does send me a message I will tell you what it mean. What are they worth? It would be hard to say...such as, what shape are they in, lens quality-scrached, broken, does it operate, what is the quality of night viewing capabilities. etc. Now, if they are good shape and it works. Also, it rare here in the US because I don't think they were ever sold here, just in Europe and other places. approx. $200 to $300; of course the price could be higher and probably would be. stewbison

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What type of trouble you have with your Red Star NV devise? If you are trying to search for the Russian manufacture. Then use this as you search "Manufacture image intensifier tubes" and "Manufacture of night vision scopes, monoculars and binoculars" The search engine will list the manufactures of these devises through out the world. stewbison

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The Main IR Light. (the one used for long distance) has stopped working. I'm sure the led light is not working. Any suggestion on where I could get a replacement LED or who could fix it in the Nashville...


Here we go. Take it to electronic repair facilities. See if the can replace the LED IR. Now if they want. Call Yukon NV Optics and see what the charge, normally these companies have flate fee they will charge. They really don't make it easy for the owner to repair these NV binocular. Basically, the binocular will almost be totally taken a part. stewbison

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Hello, let do this. IR illuminator has a montary switch, that is when you push it comes on, and when you release it the IR goes off and it has a red LED to indicate the IR illuminator is being activated.

When you turn you binocular on there will be a green LED activated. This switch is DTSA---double throw sing activated. That is, one throw of the switch it turns on the binocular, the throw will turn off the binocular.

Also within the control panel there is timing circuit to keep the IR illumniator on for ten second the shuts off. Make sure you have the right switches etc. Let me know, then we can brain storm on this matter. stewbison

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Looks like my Night Owl NOCB4 Night Vision binoculars have an intensifier tube out. Where can I have it replaced. Night Owl says they don't carry the part anymore.


Hello, Now, Night Owl Optics in El Paso, TX will repair your NV binoculars for a prices. This is what Night Owl will do for you. They don't have the parts to fix your Night Owl binoculars. They never have had parts to fix a lot of there products that they sell because the majority of them were manufactured in Russia and I really mean the whole thing. I could fix it for you but since I am on fixya.com I can used this web site for advertising my skills. Sorry.

Here what you can do, go to eBay then to search categories---sporting goods----outdoor sports----hunting----scopes, optics, lasers------night vision optics. Any of the monocular that are: Famous Trail, Night Owl Optics, Ziteh, Klanakia, Night Vision, Opel, ATN, or any of them that looks the same but with different names on them they are all manufactured in Russia. Russian has probably 15 companies that manufacture night vision devises and or parts there of. Some of these devise are good and majority are cheap but sold here in the US at a much high price. Don't pay over $50 for one plus shipping.

Buddy, this just about all I can do four. GB....stewbison

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Define 'clear'.
Is it blurry? Focus the scope or clean the lenses.
Is it distorted? Don't know how to fix. Especially if the lens is cracked/scratched etc.
Is it dark/snowy? Put fresh batteries in.
Do you see black spots in the tube? Don't worry, certain amount of these are quite acceptable.
Anyway: It's a night vision for pete's sake. The picture won't ever be like the one on normal binoculars.

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