Finally I got an clear skies tonight and got the opportunity to log my guide.
After adjusting some backlash in the mount that I could feel with my fingers and making sure the gears moved lightly, I calibrated at 0 degrees in declination, a bit west of the meridian.
My RMS is much better.
However, I got an alarm during the calibration that DEC and RA were unexpectedly far apart. What could that mean?
After about 30 minutes the clouds pulled in again so I had to cancel.
It seems to be my RA axis that is causing the problems.
I cannot for life in me see what the problem is. My Heq5 is all new!
Again thank you all who are trying to help me
Edited by Nikonist800, 29 April 2019 - 09:15 PM.