There is a difference between the azimuth and right ascension coordinates. If the telescope is facing the celestial pole with the counter weights down then azimuth should be 0 and right ascension the value of the local sidereal time which is equal to the right ascension at the meridian. So depending on the local wall clock time at which you parked the mount, the value of 07h 14m 0s for right ascension could be correct. The marks on the telescope, by the way, show coordinates relative to that zero position (with the telescope pointing north and the counter weights down) and the fact that right ascension is measured in degrees is a bit confusing but that's how these setting circles are constructed.
ASI6200 and filter wheel with a SkyWatcher Esprit 80 ED on a SkyWatcher HEQ5-Pro
ASI1600MM-Pro Cooled and filter wheel with an 8" TS Ritchey-Chrétien on a SkyWatcher EQ6-R