I hope someone will be able to help with my problem.
Until a few weeks ago, I was successfully using SGP, The Sky X Pro,and Platesolve 2 to image. I had the Sync Behaviour set to Target Offset. My mount is a Paramount ME which I operate remotely.
Then, for no apparent reason, there was a deterioration in the platesolve and centering with the centering accuracy often being significantly above the 100px which I had been using successfully (sometimes going as high as 800 px). I had it set to try to solve and centre 10 times. The platesolve found a match quickly but the error would change little after the first iteration and the solve and centre would often fail. Also, the meridian flips failed on several occasions, presumably because of poor centering accuracy.
The mount was checked physically and seemed to be fine in its motions and gear engagement.
I then uninstalled and reinstalled the Sky X in the hope that would remove the problem.
Unfortunately, problems have continued. Using Platesolve 2 the errors in centering continues to be very high. I have managed to run a sequence using Astrometry.Net which is centering more accurately. However, it is not possible to do a meridian flip. The time to flip indicator in SGP on all objects is more the 66 hours!
Has anyone experienced the same or a similar problem? I would welcome any advice on how to overcome it.
A link to the sg logfile is given below.
Thanks for looking