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I have a Bushnell night vision scope for quite a few years and I didn't use it very often, but I pulled it out to use it one night after a few months in storage, replaced the battery in it and tried to use it but it wouldn't work, the outer infrared light works but the green light inside the scope doesn't come on; I'm assuming that would be a bulb I don't know, if it is can that be replaced? If not is it this repairable? Can anyone help direct me to a solution?
 

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The imabe intensifier is probably fried. They just give up sometimes. They can be repaired/rebuilt but I have no earthly idea who does this or if it is even economically practical.

If you find out.......PLEASE let me know. I have an ATN monocular that did the same thing.
 

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If you see no light in the scope then the intesifier went belly up on you. Contact Bushnell to see if they can fix it for you.
 
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