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    Main repeater blinking red

    I have a main repeater running 12.7 that blinks red and needs to be rebooted every time I send a updated transfer to it.

    The RF and Test LEDs blink at the same time and then Wired and Add LEDs blink together and the two sets of LEDs keep alternating until I reboot it.

    I've resent an upgrade to the main repeater with no change.

    Anyone know how to fix this? Or what the LEDs mean?

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowmanbav View Post
    I have a main repeater running 12.7 that blinks red and needs to be rebooted every time I send a updated transfer to it. The RF and Test LEDs blink at the same time and then Wired and Add LEDs blink together and the two sets of LEDs keep alternating until I reboot it. I've resent an upgrade to the main repeater with no change. Anyone know how to fix this? Or what the LEDs mean?
    I would try resetting to factory default then uploading.
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    Seeing similar problem - reported more detail

    I think I am seeing the same thing. See https://forums.lutron.com/showthread...ll=1#post37644 - is this the same problem as yours?

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    I had exactly this problem last night. Called tech support and they walked me through adding the standard "lutron" telnet as mentioned in the thread that rsands linked. Once that was done/transfered ... everything worked like a charm! +1 for tech support!

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