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Assuming you have't unlocked the clutches and manually moved the scope during a session, then parking should take the mount back to the initial starting or "home"position. Normally you would power up the mount, initialising the handset with the mount in the home position, ie. scope parallel to the RA axis, pointing North and counter weights down. Any power loss or manual adjustments you make post this initialisation will affect the park/home position. However the fact that you are getting an error message points to some kind of issue. I would start simple and check that your battery or power source is okay before anything else.


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