# 03 Mar, 2017 12:36
While the manual states that the polar scope should be fully inserted to the SAM exposed hole (page 32), I can't push the scope far enough into that hole. I assume that the three bearings of the SAM hole should enter the groove of the polar scope, but I can't achieve that. Is this normal?
# 05 Mar, 2017 06:52
|Their polarscoe is rubish. They didnt even put illumination in it…|
# 09 Mar, 2017 12:11
For future reference, here is how I did it. No special tools are needed; in a well-lit environment it can take less than 30 minutes. You need two screwdrivers and an Allen key. As always, take care not to loose any screws
The good news is now I can easily confirm that my polar scope does not need calibration!
# 06 Dec, 2017 21:42
|Maybe waking up a dormant thread, but I just want to say that there was no problem with those ball bearings on my Star Adventurer Mini. And to Alan's comment above, I just want to say I think the polar scope is good, and yes, it comes with illumination - not in it, but as an external thingy, which you can use when needed. So far very happy with the SAM.|
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