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Automated Remote Computer

I have attached the remote computer and get no readout or voice from the handpiece... could it be the batteries???

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Automated Remote Computer


Not trying to be smart but you did turn it on, didn't you? There is a small button near the battery compartment that you have to switch on for the 78-8831 model.
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Hello, I have Bushnell Northstar 78-8831 telescope which I got from United States (New York) last year. Since the very first day, I am not able to get the option of "Align Start 1" After selecting Align Earth option, it directly goes to "Align start2". As a result, I am not able to align the planetary positions and manually align the telescope everytime. Can you please advise? Regards, Gaurav


This can be caused by many things-- such as dirt or grease on the encoders inside or a slipping clutch. I know you just bought this telescope, but Bushnell is NOT KNOWN for having quality telescopes.To get the goto to work everything must be according to the manual.The tripod needs to be perfectly level-- time, date, and site must be accurate, and the alignment objects must each be centered in the eyepiece. Sounds like you also have electronic issues with the hand controller. Only Bushnell can repair this scope.
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When switching on remote computer the scope always travels in a downward direction - have to turn off power to stop it hitting the tripod. Is there any way to reset program/computer?


You might want to call these people:http://www.opticsplanet.net/bushnell-warranty.htmlService centers listed plus all the manuals.
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Sotfware "Autostar" support (With Telescop LX200ACF)


The objects are updated using the Autostar Suite software ver.5.5 on the Meade web site (free).Here- http://www.meade.com/support/downloads.html
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Computer control and pointing with NorthStar Goto & Autostar


Your reseller is correct. The wire (Meade cable #505) goes from an RS232 serial port on PC to a 4pin RJ plug. This plugs into the 2nd socket on the bottom of an Autostar 497 handset, the other socket being used for the curly lead to the telescope. So it goes PC to Autostar to telescope. A common error is to try plugging the serial wire into an "AUX" ort on the telescope control panel - same connector. Not only does this not work, it can cause a lot of damage. Wired like this you can control the scope from Meade's Autostar Suite (or many other planetarium softwares). You can also update the Autostar software to the latest 2009 version. What else can go wrong? Well, many people want to control from a laptop, and modern ones don't have RS232 serial ports. Then you need a USB-to-serial convertor dongle, which effectively add a serial port to a laptop. But they often give it a very high port number (eg COM17) that the planetarium software does not find. Use Control Panel to reset the USB-serial-port to COM 1, 2, 3 or 4 and all should be well. But it can be a right fiddle!
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Aligning NorthStar For The First Time


THIS WEBSITE IS NO HELP AT ALL !!!
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I just purchased a northstar, goto telescope, model 78-8876. I purchased it second hand. When I try to turn on the power on, I have to keep the power button pressed down to have power, I let go, the power go's out. But even while I have the button pressed, I can't get the telescope to respond, or move. The remote will be lit up, and I can go through the set up, but its as if the telescope itself doesn't get power. Keeping in mind, I'm doing this with the power button manually pressed in all the time. I do have a new energizer battery in the unit..... Any suggestions? Thanks.....


Obviously either your hand controller is broken and or a circuit inside the scope.Here is Bushnell's repair web site:http://www.opticsplanet.net/bushnell-warranty.html
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Bushnell 114mm reflector telescope, can't see a thing


Probably NOT actually pointed directly at the moon-- you should have moved it around a little -- the moon was probably just outside the field of view through the eyepiece. ........................ telescope must be pointed DIRECTLY at the sky object-- also use the eyepiece with the largest number written on it=== this gives the LOWEST magnification..... and a slightly wider field of view.
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Hi, We have a Bushnell Telescope (North Star with computerised star locator). It has a broken piece off the top eye view part & a couple of other little things. Is there anywhere in Melbourne's north that I can take the telescope to to have it fixed?


Not really-- you will need to contact one of these repair centers:http://www.opticsplanet.net/bushnell-warranty.html
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Cannot get an image - Bushnell NorthStar 78-8830 (525 x 76mm) Telescope


I answered your question in a previous post.
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