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  • in reply to: WIFI Disconnects and requires power off-on to reconnect #71874
    haigpointbhyve
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    The best fix for this timer to save much time and frustration is to replace it with a rainbird timer.

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    in reply to: Starts programs and runs just 1 min or skips programs #3719
    haigpointbhyve
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    Thanks for checking my system. Been running on schedule last couple days.

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    in reply to: Program didn’t run. #3394
    haigpointbhyve
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    Correct Mac is
    44:67:55:02:C2:EB
    Timer is recommending rain delays with 100 degree plus weather with no rain in the forecast.

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    in reply to: Program didn’t run. #3383
    haigpointbhyve
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    My timer is randomly skipping programs
    Mac 44:67:55:02:c2:en

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    in reply to: WIFI Disconnects and requires power off-on to reconnect #1752
    haigpointbhyve
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    My timer is having issues similar.
    Will work properly for a few days then, disconnect from WiFi and freeze at that day and time. Unplugging it and plugging it back in gets it back up and running. When this happens when I’m out of town my yard will die this summer in the desert heat of Las Vegas. I have over 150 trees and shrubs and need a reliable system.

    Can this be updated to keep time even when it looses WiFi or am I better off going back to a WiFi free timer. This is my second b·hyve timer.

    Here is my timer info

    MAC 44:67:55:02:C2:EB
    Firmware DEBUG-0010

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    in reply to: Wrong System Time and No Weather #1501
    haigpointbhyve
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    My timer is also loosing time and missing programs.
    MAC 44:67:55:02:C2:EB
    Firmware DEBUG-0010
    Please send current firmware.

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