I am not sure that we have set up our LX90-ACF properly. Having had it less than a couple of months, we are still having some difficulties in getting really good
star alignment; we always have to do quite a bit of up/down/left/right button pressing to get the star into the eyepiece.
After reading a post here on CN, I noticed that a long press on the Mode button reveals a list of all the current telescope settings....didn't know it was there.
This afternoon I obtained the settings list. Nothing else was touched.
The date shows the day before (i.e today is the 27th September and it shows the 26th).
The latitude for our home-base is correct; 51 degrees 25N
The longitude is correct: 2 degrees 41W
The nearest city provided in the database was Cardiff, Wales (we're in England but Cardiff is the nearest to us in terms of distance).
The time shown was 20.05.39 ; this reading was collected at 12.15pm today.
The sidereal time shown was 19.19.17 (again, read at the same moment as above).
I don't use the Park facility because the telescope has to be brought indoors after each session.
The time clocks seem to be miles out. They don't represent when the telescope was last used, which was last night at around 10pm (gave up, too much cloud).
I keep feeling that I haven't done the initial set-ups correctly. There are more menus in this AudioStar than I realised.