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Bryan, If lens was moving before, try a little heat on thimble, from a hair dryer to free it up, caution do not overheat as you do not want to cause distortion.
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Be sure that the telescope is configured for EQ SOUTH mode to tell it is in the southern hemisphere. Once a star alignment is completed NEVER manually move the telescope. Use only the control panel to slew. Everytime the telescope is move by hand, the motors do not know it has been done, and assume it is still pointing at the old direction. Check the manual for setup. Here: http://www.celestron.com/c3/images/files/downloads/NexStar_SLT_manual.pdf