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Control panel Lately, the control panel locks up; both manual & remote. To date the problem can be resolved by unplugging & restoring power (reboot). I expect the panel may die completely soon.

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    Was hoping for some good ideas. I suspect at some point my control panel will fail. At that point the probable fix will probably will be paying a repairman to replace it.
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Probable microprocessor IC lock-up.Usually found on signal

PCB==expensive to change out.Sorry--no easy fix on this one.

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