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Ricker

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  1. Great suggestion. I shall give it a go tonight. Ampglow is a frustration.
  2. Thanks for the tip but Amp glow is part of the dark signal. The flat is a measure of sensitivity variation across the sensor. So darks should be enough to remove it,.
  3. I am imaging with a ZWO 178mc-cooled and am having trouble removing amp glow. I am using darks in the same conditions as lights and stacking and imaging with SharpCap. I am left with a image looking like below. No matter what I do I seem to be always left with this residual amp glow signature, Any ideas out there? Rich
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    Primary disaster!

    Guess what? I have just been trying to remove my clips from my SW 250 and the first two screws I have tried have sheared. Felt tight but seemed to turn. Guess it was just the screw twisting. So I now have a mirror cell with 5 clips . Think I will leave it at 5 for now but would ultimately would like to sort it out. Did you sort yours Jez? If so how? My first thoughts are to contact my brother in law to see if he can sort it (works in an engineering shop). But this will require me removing all other clips. I am very cautious now as the other clip screws seem to be equally tight. Is this normal? Rich
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