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Im getting a sensor failure message after the scope tries a level procedure, I tried leveling the scope by eye. but it does the same thing.

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Contact Meade for repairs- they will probably want you to send the scope back.

http://www.meade.com/support/index.html

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RESET the hand controller.

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Re-train the drives

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