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    Somehow my Smartfinder has become loose on my Meade ETX125 and therefore is unreliable. There doesn't seem to be an easy or obvious way of tightening it up. Grateful for any advice.
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    Hi,
    I have the same Smartfinder problem and am looking for the same advice; it is quite flimsy and didn't take much to loosen. Did you ever find out how to fix it?
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