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I pushed on it. But it didn't feel loose. But after doing that, the LED lit.
I'll work on it later this evening ...
On Sunday, May 30, 2021, 04:09:40 PM CDT, Cheng-Yang Tan via groups.io <cytan299@...> wrote:
You mean this board that I put a rectangle around it?
On Sunday, May 30, 2021, 03:37:01 PM CDT, Marj Christen <marj@...> wrote:
One other thing to try. Open the cover of your CP4 and push down on the small circuit board to reseat the connections. It is possible that it came loose from the main board. It is highly unusual for a CP4 to simply die. Let us know if that
works for you.
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Yes, initially it lite red. As soon as I directed east, the yellow light immediately went on and the mount would not move in the east direction. After restarting, the mount would move west, but not east. Directing east caused the light
to turn yellow and motor stall.
On May 30, 2021, at 14:09, Cheng-Yang Tan via groups.io <cytan299@...> wrote:
Do you remember whether your CP4 LED lit up?
Anyway, it was a very weird night. After powering up, with the CP4 LED lit up, I wasn't able to talk to the CP4 with USB. I changed USB cables and used my backup laptop and both
wasn't able to talk to the CP4. But I was able to talk to it via TCPIP. In APCC, I can move the mount in RA but not DEC. That's when the stall error popped up.
After taking it back indoors, the CP4 LED no longer lights up :(
On Sunday, May 30, 2021, 01:04:04 PM CDT, Steve Salvo via groups.io <sws105@...> wrote:
My CP4 was showing similar issues. Turned out to be mount limit warnings.
see below from Rolando.
'm afraid to repeat these tests as there could be potential problems with the hardware,
The "Motor Stall" warning will occur when unsafe limits are exceeded. This is not a warning that something is wrong with the motor or electronics, it is simply telling
you that the software has turned off the power to the motors to prevent your scope from being damaged. At this time we use the same error code for all situations where the motor power has been turned off. It probably could be changed to indicate not "motor
stall" but "motor power deactivated". However, we have many other software challenges right now and this one will have to wait a bit. Be assured that nothing bad has happened to your electronics or the motors.