Re: APCC 184.108.40.206: strange behaviour when parking at Park1 position
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APCC can force the mount into a counterweight-up position first which, depending on the start position, might make it seem like it's going the wrong way.
If you don't think that's the case, then find in your APCC log where the park started. The meridian delay should be set to "0" before the park is issued by APCC, except if there is a multipart slew. Search for "meridian" to find places where it can get set.
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