Fred StarStructure LE Series 18" f/4.3 (Zambuto & Nexus/ServoCat/Skytools3 Pro) Celestron 8" SCT w/Starlight Feathertouch Microfocuser; Celestron 102mm f/9.8 refractor Stellarvue SV80ST f6 Triplet APO Tele Vue & EarthWin binoviewers Enough Eyepieces and Accessories to put my Scopes to Good Use Free-Turn Q HalfHitch, CG5-ASGT(2), Astro-Tech Voyager mounts
Quote:I was wondering if anyone else has a built in level that is off? For it to show level I have to raise the legs to the left of the guide pin and opposite the guide pin about 6 inches.I am wondering because the first time I setup I didn't realize it was there and the goto seemed much more accurate.On the second night I saw the level and adjusted to it. The goto was no where near as accurate that night.Since then I set the legs level without the mount and ignored the built in and it has been working great like that first day.
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17.5" f/5 Dob. IM-715 MCT. 120ED. Lunt 60mm Ha. Zeiss, Leica, Fujinon, Nikon, Pentax, Bushnell bins