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MFD AAT 90 degrees off when tracking

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SnoozeDoggyDog:
Hi
Despite a hard iron calibration and a North, S,E,W test my tracker is 90 degrees off when tracking.

Can anyone offer any advice please?

Thx
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Gundummy:
have you moved the plank/quad far enough away from the GS ??

SnoozeDoggyDog:

--- Quote from: Gundummy on May 26, 2017, 09:40:52 PM ---have you moved the plank/quad far enough away from the GS ??

--- End quote ---
Yeh Tim. This is when it's in flight.

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Coyote:
You can trim the tracker. I can't remember if this then saves. I'm wondering if you have saved the trim 90 degrees out.

Either that or is there something too close to the compass as warned about in the instruction manual.

SnoozeDoggyDog:

--- Quote from: Coyote on May 26, 2017, 11:45:53 PM ---You can trim the tracker. I can't remember if this then saves. I'm wondering if you have saved the trim 90 degrees out.

Either that or is there something too close to the compass as warned about in the instruction manual.

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Nothing is close to the compass. I'll check trim suggestion but it's not something I've done deliberately nor knew how to do if it is a trim issue.

Thanks for the suggestion.
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