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    slew

    /slo͞o/

    Verb
    (of a vehicle or person) Turn or slide violently or uncontrollably in a particular direction.
    Noun
    1. A violent or uncontrollable sliding movement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rgk View Post
    SLEW
    transitive verb

    1: to turn (as a telescope or a ship's spar) about a fixed point that is usually the axis

    Examples of SLEW

    1: He slewed the telescope three degrees south.
    2: He slewed the satellite dish with the H-H motor using USALS motor control from 97.0W to 125.0W.

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    I had a 9120 apart a while back still works well even at -30 and lower temps. I cleaned out all the old grease and replaced it with Lubriplate formulated for cold temperatures. The grease that was originally installed (applied) seemed to be very thick & sticky even at room temperature, likely fine for warmer climates. In our sub-deep-freeze temperatures it turns into glue.
    Of course your issue may be something else electronic rather than mechanical...

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