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Old Tuesday 10th November 2015, 12:35   #1
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Vacuum cleaning scope

In order to remove dust from the TS102 scope (which is tricky given the design and length) I used a vacuum cleaner. It worked really fine. Just make sure not to insert the nozzle too deep though, or risk is it will suck to the lens and probably leave a dirt mark that will be hard to get rid of. Therefore I made a "spacer" from a rigid stick tightly secured orthogonally to the vacuum cleaner nozzle.
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Old Tuesday 10th November 2015, 15:18   #2
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Some vacuum cleaners have a vent to reduce the suction, which is a good idea if you don't have one with an adjustable motor. At some point I am going to have to attack my 400. The inside of the tube is nicely flocked and collects dust. Better there than on the glass.
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