Sorry, no. Although it had ceased turning the antenna, when I stripped it down and bench tested it, I could find nothing wrong. It failed in mid winter, and I didn't retrieve it from the roof until spring, so I concluded it must have just been frozen. It currently waits to live another day turning another array 😊Hi DXer, wouldn't happen to still have the broken eagle aspen kicking around and be willing to 'donate' to a guy for cost of shipping of course, to use for diseqc projects would ya?
It was such a great rotor compared to others in that price range for its accutate positioning system that when it failed, I wanted to buy the same model to replace it. As you well know, I discovered they were no longer available. It is so frustrating that all the good OTA gear of yesteryear is progressively being replaced by inferior products.