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Re: Puzzled Polar Alignment Problem

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Posted by starman/">starman on February 1, 1999 17:50:20 UTC

Once you are polar aligned just loosen the R.A. or Dec. locks and rotate the scope only, don't move the tripod. Sometimes the eyepiece will be in a ackward position. If this scope is on a fork mount the forks should be pointing at polaris when you are polar aligned.

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