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Re: G-5500 rotor

At 10:18 PM 4/22/2005, you wrote:

Could disconnecting from NOVA have something to do with it?
I can make the antennas move now but Nova seems to make them backwards and 
upside down, from the way they were working the past 3 weeks. AO-51 is 
coming up at 162 degrees AZ but the Nova shows the antennas at 356 degrees 
and EL at 165.

>Well I can understand the needle going back to zero
>when the power is shut off and thats normal. As to the
>other condition that you mention it sounds to me like
>you might have some wires touching each other at the
>rear of the unit. How are they hooked up? Did you
>strip the wire and then wrap it around the screws? If
>so that isnt a good way to do it. I used terminals on
>each of the wires so that problem would never happen.
>--- sco@sco-inc.com wrote:
> >
> > I just visually verified that the antenna is pointed
> > NORTH. But I left it
> > pointed EAST (I think I did, I usually do.). If I
> > move the lever to make it
> > move to the right it moves (can not see the antenna
> > from here). But if I
> > release the lever or power off the needle goes back
> > to 0 (North).
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