Re: "Y" Cable Diagram for 900GTO and 1200GTO with GTOCP2 or 3


Nov 29, 2007

 


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#38045 Nov 29, 2007

Hello Gang!



I have loaded a new PDF file into our Tech Support section on the

website. Look under either 900GTO or 1200GTO, you will see a new

entry entitled:

Troubleshooting and Repairing Your 900GTO or 1200GTO Servo "Y" Cable

(GTOCP2 or 3 only) (11 -29-07) - PDF document. I hope that this will

help you with any cable issues that may arise. (It was prompted by a

discussion on the ap-gto group, but I thought it should be announced

here as well.)



www.astro-physics.com/tech_support/tech_support.htm



Please provide feedback on the document if you use it. We always try

to improve our documentation. I suppose I will need to make similar

versions for the different cables used in other mounts. A tech guy's

work is never done . . .



BTW. My guess for the new product is a refrigerator-reflector to

allow us to see what's buried in the back of the fridge. But then,

what do I know?



Howard



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#38046 Nov 29, 2007

Howard,



That sounds like a good product for some off-shoot company. Nationwide

we must waste lots of energy looking for those missing items we just

know have to be in there somewhere. Then there are the public

refrigerators at work, where that item you carefully placed in an

obvious place has gone missing by lunch hour. And, as most of you know,

rooting through the refrigerator at work in not something you want to do!



Oops, I hear SprawlMart will be marketing a Chinese sourced version

tomorrow.



Clear skies, Alan



ward4ap wrote: > Hello Gang!

>

> [SNIP]

> BTW. My guess for the new product is a refrigerator-reflector to

> allow us to see what's buried in the back of the fridge. But then,

> what do I know?

>

> Howard

>

>



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#38048 Nov 29, 2007

--- In ap-ug@yahoogroups.com, "howard4ap" howard@...> wrote: >

> BTW. My guess for the new product is a refrigerator-reflector to

> allow us to see what's buried in the back of the fridge. But then,

> what do I know?



Don't tell me AP teamed up with the refrigerator company which was

featured in the same episode of Made in America as AP?! It was there

all along and nobody picked up on it. :-)



Anthony.

>

> Howard

>


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