Do you use EQMOD to control your scope? If so, then it's a piece of cake. Unfortunately I know nothing about the dial and such.
With EQMOD, you just center polaris in the polarscope with the bolts. After that, you screw altitude bolt until polaris touches the large circle at the six o'clock position.
Now, from your computer you slew RA until polaris is centered in the little circle. Then you open the polar align function in EQMOD and set the polarscope home position.
When this is done, polar align in EQMOD can always slew your RA for you to the exact correct position. Unbeatable!
Note! Even though an equatorial mount doesn't have to be leveled, the polarscope align function certainly does require it.
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