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Re: Rotor Trouble Update



It sure can. I had a ground wire on the pot for my G5500 elev rotor open up and it pinned the meter. Had to drag the cable back into the house to solder it back properly.
Roger, WB0GAI
> 
> Thanks for the replies re: the pulsing noise from my 2.4 down converter. I'll 
> have to speak to my friendly neighbors. Someone clearly has a 2.4 phone or LAN.
> 
> I have been trying to trouble shoot the elevation rotor problems. It works fine 
> manually. I used the calibration feature in Station and is seems that there is 
> no reporting at all from the elevation rotor. Azimuth calibrates fine, responds 
> to software commands and reports back to the software fine. Could there be a 
> component failure in the 5400 control box? Would a wire off at the rotator end 
> cause such a problem?
> Rick
> W2JAZ
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