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    Hi my Celestron Evolution motor went out and need to replace it.. if anyone knows where I could find one I would greatly appreciate it thank you
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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    astronomynow.com/2015/02/25/celestron-nexstar-evolution-9-25-review/

    Here’s the picture it wouldn’t let me post it

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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    Have you tried contacting Celestron? Is it no longer available? Regards, Bill
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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    I haven’t yet since they are currently closed will check with them tomorrow and also I’ve heard that Celestron usually takes really long to repair things.. so if I could find that motor I can install it my self and get it working..
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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    Try Astro Parts. Bill
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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    Have you yet been on the Celestron website looking for your part?

    This may be what you need: https://www.celestron.com/products/m...es-telescopes#

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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    I have tried Astro parts and no luck and I have checked the Celestron website and that isnt the same one I need
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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    I just checked ADM but they are only showing the motor control board for sale, no mention of Evo motors.
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    Default Re: Need to find this part

    Well I need to be more clear I don’t need the actual motor but the gear part as seen below the motor works but not the gears they get stuck and don’t move
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    The spur gear on the motor is not turning or the larger gear?
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