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Pace Positioners MSP990, MSP991 FAQ

  • To set east limit stop:
  • Press the 'Mode' key followed by the '2' key to enter Limit Set Mode.
  • Move the dish to desired east limit position using 'East' key.
  • Press the 'Store' key.
  • The 'L1 Set' message on the unit front panel will confirm the setting.
  • To set the west limit stop:
  • Move the dish to desired west limit position using the 'West' key.
  • Press the 'Store' key.
  • The L2 Set' message on the unit front will confirm setting.
  • The unit will now proceed to clear any stored satellite positions.
  • The 'Norm' , 'Prog' and 'Limit' indicators will illuminate then extinguish after a short time with the unit returning to Normal Mode.
  • To prevent the clearing of positions, press the 'Mode' key immediately after the 'L2 Set' message to return to Normal Mode.

Above information kindly supplied by Joe McIntyre

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