Question about Discovery Channel Meade 8" LX90-GPS Telescope with UHTC
My lx90 scope was working fine until the other night and the elevation motor stopped...the hand box indicated that the motor was not working.
I reset the system, and the elevation motor worked erratically, on, off, on, off....so I reset it again, and now no elevation motor function at all. The rotational motor (azimuth?) works ok... all speeds ok, but the altitude motor won't function.
I would like to get a hold of a break-away parts diagram and any help to get this motor running again.
You might look at the Jan's Meade lx90 site.
I have the same problem.
Posted on Sep 07, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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