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NEVER, ever, plug or unplug anything on the telescope unless the telescope mount is powered OFF.

So, power off the telescope, and only then plug the 6p6c cable into the AUX port of the telescope.

Turn the telescope on, and off again within a second. Watch the Arduino board while doing so -- the RED power LED should light up.

If you saw it illuminate, then turn the telescope on again, and watch the display on the hand controller. If you see anything amiss from normal, then immediately power off the telescope and cry.

Otherwise, go into the Utilities menu on the hand controller, select "GPS on/off", and hit ENTER. If you see "No GPS detected", then something is wrong. Power off the telescope and unplug the 6p6c cable from it. Do NOT reconnect it until you figure out and fix whatever was wrong.

Otherwise, the next step will be to enclose it in a small box or something..
NEVER, ever, plug or unplug anything on the telescope unless the telescope mount is powered OFF.So, power off the telescope, and only then plug the 6p6c cable into the AUX port of the telescope.Turn the telescope on, and off again within a second. Watch the Arduino board while doing so -- the RED power LED should light up.If you saw it illuminate, then turn the telescope on again, and watch the display on the hand controller. If you see anything amiss from normal, then immediately power off the telescope and cry.Otherwise, go into the Utilities menu on the hand controller, select GPS on/off, and hit ENTER. If you see No GPS detected, then something is wrong. Power off the telescope and unplug the 6p6c cable from it. Do NOT reconnect it until you figure out and fix whatever was wrong.Otherwise, the next step will be to enclose it in a small box or something.. (connected)
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