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Loss of satellite positioning after power off at night

Have reprogrammed all sats 4 times in 4 days works fine all day moving from top of arc to bottom after turning off at night cannot get a sat in the am , I wrote down the counter positions and it returns to the same # but this can be up to 94 counts off the satellite when i reprogram any ideas

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Hi I could be the arm is slightly loose and is sliding a bit each time you use it. Tighten everything. Also the reed switch might be breaking down. It's easy to replace as it's the only component on the sensor wires. Good luck

Posted on Jul 01, 2008

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