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Re: G-5400B Problems



When you manually rotate the rotator LEFT toward south, where does it hit
the rotor stop?  When you rotate full RIGHT where does it stop.  Don't look
at the rotor control box.  Go out and look at the antennas.  Let me know.

Joel Black wrote:
> 
> Would like to get help with a problem with my G-5400B rotor.
> 
> I bought it used and was told it worked and it does - to an extent.  When
> traversing from North to South thru West, the azimuth rotor stops at about
> 240°.  I have aligned my rotor with North and it will go to South if I
> traverse East with the rotor.
> 
> I have not checked my wiring, but I would assume that it is correct since
> everything else appears to work correctly.  I have checked with a compass
> and the rotor is accurate (my declination is 1° from true North) at all
> points and to 240°, it just won't got South thru West.
> 
> Any ideas or suggestions?
> 
> Tnx es 73,
> 
> Joel B. Black
> jbblack@dbtech.net
> k2sat@amsat.org
> k2sat@arrl.net
> 
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