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Weak battery (below 2V). Lens cover on. Focus off (it can be adjusted). Too bright environment.
Without handling the scope myself these are the best guesses.

Yukon NVMT 24022 | Answered on Oct 24, 2009

The scope may flicker or flash when used in a bright environment. To fix this you should only use a NVMT in a dark. It will restore itself in a few minutes or hours, depending on how long it has been exposed to light.
It may also flicker for the first several seconds of use in dark, before the device corrects itself.
With a severe exposure to bright light for prolonged time the light enhancing unit may damage beyond repair.

Yukon NVMT... | Answered on Oct 24, 2009

Any decent machine shop will be happy to make you a new on... depending on certain things.

Yukon Gym... | Answered on Sep 06, 2009

it actually has minute black clip locks.disassembling it manually will dame or may be break that clip locks.its not easy to remove this locks without proper tools.the screws are simple to remove but locks are bit delicate . ------------ did you tried this for adjusting the shap viewing
Brightness Adjustment Wheel
The Ranger's image is shown on a Liquid Crystal Display (LCD). Manual adjustment of the LCD brightness is operated with the adjustment wheel. Power Supply
The Ranger can operate on external power sources such as a vehicle's or stationary power grid (the device is equipped with a special output for that) or independently on AA batteries/accumulators.check out and reply.keep updated.

Yukon 24041B... | Answered on Sep 02, 2009

When you say lens, did you unscrew the eye piece or the actual lense? because the eyepiece is meant to fit your adaptor for 35mm cameras etc. but the actual front lense should be tightly sealed and thread locked to make your glass (scope) waterproof to some extent and to protect the alignment of the other lenses within your scope. If it is possible your local camera shop may have the ability to re-align and seal your scope, but if not do you have a warranty? and if not even that, if i were you i would align and accraglass your piece back together, it's a last ditch solution that should last for years.

Yukon 100X... | Answered on May 06, 2008

need proper collamating by a repairer

Yukon 20017B... | Answered on Feb 27, 2007

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