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Dismantling an HD-6C Lens - how?

Discussion in 'Cable TV & Virgin Media TV' started by cosaw, Jun 27, 2005.

  1. cosaw

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    Hi all,

    Was wondering how easy the HD-6 lenses are to take apart to clean on the internal surfaces. Is it doable and if so is it advisable or will I have problems getting them back together again?

    Any advice welcome.

    Thanks,

    Simon
     
  2. Chris Frost

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    It's do-able, but why risk scratching the lenses or having focus problems after reassembly for the sake of a little dust? Are they really that bad?

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  3. cosaw

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    Hi Chris - thanks for your reply,

    No I don't think they're that bad. Just wondered if it was easy or advisable in any circumstance. On your advice it seem not - and thats enough for me - I won't fix what aint broke but if it was simple and risk free I would have had a go. Suppose there is little way anything can get inside the lenses anyway.

    Many thanks for your advice,

    Simon
     

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