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Quote:I believe that during setup you can just hit undo when the old location appears and enter the new one.
Quote:Also Celestron makes a plug in GPS unit that will download the time, date and location automatically when you start setup if you are going to be using the nount at lots of different locations.
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Quote:I'm kinda new at this but I believe you press "Menu" then scroll to "Scope Setup" and change your location there.
Quote:Forgot about the new Celestron hand controller Dick -- might just call customer service and see if they can talk you through it. I like the undo key on my older Celestron controller. Sometimes I think we need a similar feature on life . . . took that job? UNDO! Dated who? UNDO . . .
Quote:Ok,here's what you do. When you plug it in and it say's "Nexstar Ready" press enter. Select "SkyAlign". Next it should say "Time" where you enter your times. Press the back button when your at the "Time" screen and you can enter your longitude and latatude or press the back button again and you can select a city. Hope this helps!