Laser scan moves rotates Turtlebot3 Burger turns


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Remote PC - Ubuntu 18.04 ROS Melodic
Turtlebot3 Burger - Ubuntu 18.04 ROS Melodic Image downloaded from TurtleBot3

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I’m trying to perform AMCL localization of a room on Turtlebot3 Burger.
On TB3, I ran

roslaunch turtlebot3_bringup turtlebot3_robot.launch

On the remote PC, I ran the below command to serve the map and AMCL launch.

roslaunch turtlebot3_navigation turtlebot3_navigation.launch map_file:=$HOME/catkin_ws/src/turtlebot3/turtlebot3_navigation/maps/myRoom.yaml

roslaunch turtlebot3_teleop turtlebot3_teleop_key.launch


I ran RVIZ and used teleop to align the laser scan to the map.
The laser scan will align to the map when I move the TB3 forward and backward. However, when I rotate clockwise or anticlockwise, the laser scan will rotate with the robot, instead of aligning with the wall of the map. Please advise what could the issue be. Thanks!


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See the video of the behavior.


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