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Default Lens repair

I got a laser that has the lens a bit scratched so I tough it's possible to repair it? (The dot is ugly)

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Of course it's possible. The question you should be asking is if it is economically and financially viable. The answer is generally no. It's usually a lot cheaper to buy a new laser unless it's a particularly expensive laser. The question I have for you is then: what laser is this?
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Of course it's possible. The question you should be asking is if it is economically and financially viable. The answer is generally no. It's usually a lot cheaper to buy a new laser unless it's a particularly expensive laser. The question I have for you is then: what laser is this?
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