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  1. Anyone know if Control4 is planning any product announcements at CES 2020?
  2. Interesting, I don't but it would be easy to add one back. I just need to check the wiring. thank you.
  3. We have just installed a new door station 2 with Intercom Anywhere and a touchscreen. Everything works great, but at times we miss the traditional door bell, as the intercom app means carrying your phone with you at all times in the house. We would like to still hear a bell ring when we are home. Has anyone done anything creative to also ring a traditional sounding Bell when the door station is pushed? I'm thinking we have triad one amp and c4 amp that I could play a sound when the door station is pressed but I'm also open to a better idea. thanks in advance,
  4. looks like the link is dead. Does anyone have an updated link?
  5. I've heard Houselogix, Black Wire design, and the drivers lab sell Control 4 drivers for Ecobee thermostats. Are they all the same driver or are they different? If they are different any recommendations? Thanks in advance.
  6. Thanks, So if there are only two light sockets, you wouldn't use LED's as you'd be under the 10W, right?
  7. I'm now suspecting that using two LED"s i'm still below the minimum wattage for the forward phase dimmer. When I had two of the regular PAR20's I was good, but now with two led's instead, I probably need to use an adaptive phase dimmer, right ? OR don't use the LED"S.
  8. It is C4-FPD120, a forward phase dimmer. There is a neutral connected.
  9. I changed the bulb and put in the exact same bulb in both sockets. Both are LED PAR20 7W. I did the 15 tap reset and now when i turn it off, both bulbs go really low, but not completely off. I originally had a mix of the LED and a regular PAR20 bulb and everything worked fine until the regular PAR20 bulb burned out.
  10. i order a new bulb exactly the same as the other one. Lets hope that solves it. Otherwise I guess i need to replace both the switch and the dimmer.
  11. It is the curved style. There are two bulbs, one is now out, assumed it burned out due to this issue, the other is an LED, been in for a couple of months. I rebooted the switch with the 15 taps, but still same issue.
  12. I'm having trouble with a light that doesn't go completely off when the switch it turned off. There is an LED light bulb and when the switch is turned off the light dims, but doesn't go completely off. There is a dimmer and a dumb switch. Everything has worked fine for 2+ years. I've powered cycled the circuit, not sure what else I can try. Does this mean the dimmer/switch is failing?
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