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Hi Dan,
The ASA DDM itself is working extremely well unguided. Problems that happen are mostly found in the used telescope or bad balancing. If the error is constant, the ASA mount can compensate it by using MLPT. Be sure that your telescope has no jumping mirror shift, unstable imaging train, or any loose parts.

Best regards,
Michael 

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2 hours ago, MichiP said:

Hi Dan,
The ASA DDM itself is working extremely well unguided. Problems that happen are mostly found in the used telescope or bad balancing. If the error is constant, the ASA mount can compensate it by using MLPT. Be sure that your telescope has no jumping mirror shift, unstable imaging train, or any loose parts.

Best regards,
Michael 

Thank you for the info, I plan to put a 8 inch apo on it. I see that there is low activity in the forum, so I guess everybody is pretty happy with them.

Do ASA team offer some support in case something is wrong?

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I think you won't have problems with you 8 inch APO. 🙂

ASA has a great support team, just reach out to them directly if you need help. They do also remote sessions to get everything up and running.
The forum is more a ASA customer helping each other and not contantly motored by ASA.

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