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  1. It feels like the computer slewing is pulling the telescope away from where it wants to be and after

    I stop it swings back to the start position

    1. alanjgreen

      alanjgreen

      Are the power cords tangled up. Cord wrap can stop the scope from moving freely.

    2. alanjgreen

      alanjgreen

      I posted a test for you to try over on the beginners blues posting you made

       

    3. pvost

      pvost

      Thanks alanjgreen

  2. have stellarium set up with computer connected to hand held controller. I did a dummy two star alignment and was able to move my celestron nexstar 6 se with ctrl 1 and alt 1. I also am able to select sky items on the computer then click the slew button , then it begins to move but gets tugged back to the original position. I'm thrilled that I got this far but now I need to find out where my disconnect is. any help would be greatly appreciated.
  3. could not manage to make stellarium work on my celestron nexstar 6 se.. Between downloads Drivers com ports and whatever else i couldnt manage maybe I could trouble someone that can make it all sound like english
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    rookie sluth

    could not manage to make stellarium work on my celestron nexstar 6 se.. Between downloads Drivers com ports and whatever else i couldnt manage maybe I could trouble someone that can make it all sound like english
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