Choose the second star and select a star from the menu of stars. Scroll through the list and select the second star.
The menu will again return to the Choose First Star, Choose Second star and
Select the Iterate button and the mount will slew to the first star. Once it reaches the star, "center object" will appear on the display. If the star is the one near the meridian, center the star only using the mount's
AZ adjustment knob (ignore EL). If it is in the western or eastern part of the sky, center the star using only the mount's
EL adjustment knob (ignore AZ).
Press the Iterate button and the telescope will slew to the other star. Center it using the procedure described above. Repeat this about 3 times, each time pressing the Iterate button to slew back and forth between the two stars. When you are finished, press the Back button.
You can expect to get to
within one degree of the pole using this method.
IMPORTANT: Because this method depends on the mount pointing to where the stars should be if the mount were polar aligned, you cannot use this function if modeling parameters have already been calculated. You should only use it after a Cold Start before you do any Alignments, or immediately after selecting the "Reset Alignment" menu item.
Lets get started, Hit Choose First Star.