d1amund

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  1. By "turn it on" you mean what? The system in general? The dish box from an off state? What is the control method? IR or IP? If IP did you follow the directions in the documentation tab? If IR and no control whatesover do you have an IR binding from the ea3, correct port vs physical IR cable, proper IR placement, does the IR flash? Way more info needed...
  2. 1 multimode fiber At least 2 cat6a 2- 12/4 speaker and the most important thing, an empty conduit with a pull string. Also make sure the low voltage cabling is not in the same conduit as the line voltage and has separation between the conduits. Cables should be continuous with junction boxes in place to assist with pulls and bends.
  3. Back on topic: if anyone knew they wouldn't be able to say
  4. Since we are on the subject lol
  5. Depending on how your devices are controlled (IR, serial or IP) setting Director and IOserver logs to debug might lead you down the correct path. If you don't catch those logs before they have been overwritten they should be extended so that they are not overwritten (except for a restore or update). That being said take a look at all your programming in detective suite to see if anything relates to this and also make sure that any and all HDMI control is disabled on all sources and displays.
  6. Repost from your duplicate thread: Makes complete sense. You need a driver that coverts the signal so that c4 knows that you have the DAC in place. Use the AV Path Setter driver (follow documentation within the driver) and make sure the driver is installed in the room where the AVR driver is or simply make a DAC driver in the wizard in about 2 minutes. C4 will then know the two analogue paths exist into your AVR. Then, make sure the Digital Media driver is not hidden in any of the rooms, power off all zones, refresh navs and test. If you're not a dealer, you will need to have one perform this for you.
  7. Makes complete sense. You need a driver that coverts the signal so that c4 knows that you have the DAC in place. Use the AV Path Setter driver (follow documentation within the driver) and make sure the driver is installed in the room where the AVR driver is or simply make a DAC driver in the wizard in about 2 minutes. C4 will then know the two analogue paths exist into your AVR. Then, make sure the Digital Media driver is not hidden in any of the rooms, power off all zones, refresh navs and test. If you're not a dealer, you will need to have one perform this for you.
  8. Jandy iAquaLink "Offline" https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?share_fid=76380&share_tid=23899&url=http://www.c4forums.com/index.php?/topic/23899-Jandy-iAquaLink-%22Offline%22&share_type=t
  9. Seriously. It's not just you. Why they didn't anticipate pool season a few months ago...you know because pool season usually occurs the same time every year.
  10. Jandy is making changes to their cloud servers that is causing problems because and I quote "it's pool season" so they are updating/changing servers.
  11. Very likely and that's why I wanted to see how well the same programming executes outside of Alexa. I would, or have your dealer, go through KB 643 and 3 to check some of the network settings to rule out the LAN-side as the source of the problem.
  12. What happens if you execute the programming from composer ?
  13. Yes it does require yearly renewal. It's not a driver, it's a license/service. 99 US
  14. Of course it was :-) Despite what people may think...having that driver hidden (just in one room) will cause problems with zones page and digital streaming services in general.