> Thanks for the all of the suggestions. I have since found that there are
> issues with the documentation on my rotor and its actual build details. I
> have reversed two of the pot connections and now get readings, though way
> off, indicating that the pot's resistance values are off. I am guessing it
> relates to it being a 3-turn pot and maybe off by a full turn somehow. I can
> deal with that by rotate it 'down form the too high values with the mast
> clamp loose. The **range** of resistance varies about as expected. However,
> the limit switch stops are not working well and I now need to recalibrate the
> whole system and may disable them. Too easy to 'coast by' .
As the rotator turns more than 360 degrees it should be possible to get
lined up with the wrong switches which would make alignment interesting.
IIRC (and I said it's been a long time) the manual makes the assumption
the rotator has not gone beyond the limit switches in either direction.
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