Not sure if that is like the rotor I used to have, but on the one I had,
there was a lever on the bottom of the control box that set the end stop for
You could swing the rotor all the way around, and if it stops before the
needle gets to the end, you could move it with the lever on the botom of the
> I recently was given an old CDE rotor, I'm thinking it's an AR-40, as it
> the familiar bell housing for the motor, but the lay flat on the table
> control with the old fashioned clicketyclik as it passes stops.
> When given to me I was told it didn't stop at the limits, and that's true,
> and I'm interested in that.
> I could live with that alone, but now I find that it has another oddity.
> always stops short of where it's been commanded. If I start with, say,
> north, and command it to south, it stops 30-45 degrees short. This happens
> in both directions and no matter how far it's commanded.
> Now THAT makes it pretty useless, eh?
> What's up wid dat? Please?
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