This probably belongs in one of the home automation groups but I no
longer have time to read them and I suspect some cross polination into
I have an old X-10 wall switch. Works fine remotely. If I want to
manually turn it on or off, I have to press it several times. It will
switch when I press it, but will switch back when I release it until I
press and release several times.
Any suggested solutions other than remove, toss, and replace?
Rich Greenberg Marietta, GA, USA richgr atsign panix.com + 1 770 321 6507
Eastern time. N6LRT I speak for myself & my dogs only. VM\'er since CP-67
On Thu, 8 Dec 2005 10:58:55 -0500, "Geoman^^" <Geo2> wrote:
X-10 also names the protocol (121KHz signals sent on 0-crossings of
AC). Other companies make products that use it.
Of the X10 devices I have, those made by Levi ton and other companies
seen to be more reliable.
On Thu, 8 Dec 2005 19:41:30 -0600, firstname.lastname@example.org (m Ransley)
I did not know that.. Is that the GM Homelink system? My vehicle has
that, all I've used it for is to open the garage doors! I didn't know
I could control X10 with it. I'm going to go look for my vehicle
Yes, the same way you program the garage button, you can program the X10 or
Smart Home setup. You need a module with the radio receiver and a
transmitter to program with. It is nice to be able to come home late and
push a button to turn a light on in the house.
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