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Adidaz 29

Orion 10 intelescope dobsonian

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Hi I've had 10 dob for a couple of years  now  and been spot on for finding deep sky objects getting the computer down to 1 or ever 0 my alignment is bang on through my view finder and in my eyepiece. But now whe I align Iam 14 to 15 away we're I used to get 0 being spot on to 3 maybe 4  so when I look for my target it's not in the field of view It's collamated  correctly so I don't know what else to do do get about it  love anybody to help me out. Please 

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Maybe check to see if either of the encoders are slipping as you move the scope. I don’t know your scope but there’s probably a small screw holding the encoder shaft steady that might have loosened? 

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19 minutes ago, Scooot said:

Maybe check to see if either of the encoders are slipping as you move the scope. I don’t know your scope but there’s probably a small screw holding the encoder shaft steady that might have loosened? 

 

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2 hours ago, Adidaz 29 said:

Thanks tried it it tightened 

Fingers crossed then, let us know how you get on.

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