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Thread: Vacation Mode Programming

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    Vacation Mode Programming

    I had vacation mode recording for 14 days but last night, on the 10th day of recording, there was a delayed power outage. Does anyone know if this will change what had been recorded up until the outage? All of the other lights seem to work just fine. I just don't know if the vacation mode is still recording or has started over. Any thoughts would be welcome!

    Planning on running the mode for 6 days in a week or so.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Munday View Post
    I had vacation mode recording for 14 days but last night, on the 10th day of recording, there was a delayed power outage. Does anyone know if this will change what had been recorded up until the outage? All of the other lights seem to work just fine. I just don't know if the vacation mode is still recording or has started over. Any thoughts would be welcome!

    Planning on running the mode for 6 days in a week or so.
    Dear Munday,

    What was previously recorded before the power outage will not be lost. The processor will still have recorded that. Any new events that might have happened during the power outage will not be recorded and added into the processor's playback. The processor will still play back what was previously recorded.

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