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I have a Leviton Executive Command Console # 6320, 120 volts, 60hz, 2.5watts. This desk top controller is connected to several electrical devices via wireless lamp & appliance receivers. Where can I find additional controllers?

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SOURCE: Wireless connections to Desktop

If you have a Windows 2000 or XP machine you use the Remote Desktop feature to display the desktop on the P/PC. I think you need to download this from Microsoft. http://www.microsoft.com/mobile/han...alserver/ts.asp The link is hidden in "licence requirments." I use this feature over my network on my desktops. Tough I'm looking for a P/PC to use myself, instead of getting a new laptop. Don't think about playing games or videos, though :)

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SOURCE: wireless controller

I dont know if you have been able to figure out what the proble was with your 360, but the exact SAME thing happened to me. The 360 seems to be working fine, game loads, and both the consoles and the controllers rings lit up green, but then the controllers ring just keeps flashing and the console won't recognize it. I 've tried other controllers and nothing worked and obviously I tried to synch it with the console time and time again. PLEASE HELP!!!

Posted on Apr 05, 2008

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SOURCE: Wireless Controller not connecting to console.

Hey guys,

I've had the same problem today. The controller wouldn't connect no matter what. The strange thing was I could still turn the console on using the controller, but afterwards it wouldn't do anything.

Now I think I found a solution, at least for my case. All I did was to remove the HDD (that thing on top of the console) and put it back in. Then I started the console again using the controller and it was instantly connected.:)

Now I just hope it stays this way.;)

Posted on Aug 11, 2008

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SOURCE: leviton wireless switch fails to work all the time

50 feet is the maximum range for the switch, per manufacturers spec. Range is diminished somewhat for walls, doors, etc.

IIRC, there is a plug in transceiver available from Leviton, however, if the price of the booster for the main panel is included in the $100 installation, then I'd say that's a fair price. You may try to keep fresh batteries in the switch.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Xbox 360 wireless controllers wont connect!

well you might want to press the little button by the battery pack at the top and the little one on the 360

Posted on Mar 02, 2009

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ERROR CODE (DECIMAL) - CODE ERROR - ERROR CODE (OBD II) -The description ERRORS
00000 0000 O End
00001 0001 braking system control unit
00002 0002 gearbox control unit
00003 0003 control unit
00004 0004 control unit for engine gas-J659
00016 0010 Vers. electric space heater, rear right damper leg / defroster-V195
00017 0011 Vers. electric space heater, rear left footwell flap / defroster-V196
00018 0012 Executive electric cold air flap-V197
00019 0013 Executive damper motor warm air-V198
00020 0014 Executive electric Right flap and defroster vent-V199
00021 0015 Executive electric left flap and defroster vent-V200
00022 0016 Executive electric right hot air flap at the rear of the center console-V201
00023 0017 Executive electric left hot air flap at the rear of the center console-V202
00024 0018 Executive electric right cold air flap at the rear of the center console-V203
00025 0019 Executive electric left cold air flap at the rear of the center console-V204
00026 Executive 001A motor Right flap and defroster vent-V205
00027 Executive 001B motor left flap and defroster vent-V206
00028 001C Executive electric left bezel-V207
00029 001D Executive electric central bezel-V208
00030 Executive 001E motor right bezel-V209
00031 001F defrost key left rear glass-E299
00032 0020 defrost button the right rear window-E300
00033 0021 Control button front left deflector-E301
00034 0022 Control button front left center vent-E302
00035 0023 Control button front right center vent-E303
00036 0024 Control button right front baffle-E304
00037 0025 Key for adjustment of the temperature difference between the space for the legs and the upper part of the cabin-E305
00038 0026 Control button left rear deflector in the center console-E306
00039 0027 Control button right rear deflector in the center console-E307
00040 0028 lock button door opener inside-E318
00041 0029 Executive damper motor uniform air flow-V213
00042 Lamp 002A left hand fire-M43
00043 002B lamp right hand fire-M44
00044 002C Perform test 1 group of actuators
00045 002D Check Now 2 groups of actuators
00046 002E Electric retractable washer jets left headlight-V248
00047 002F motor sliding washer jets right headlight-V249
00048 0030 heat exchanger temperature sensor, left-G306
00049 0031 heat exchanger temperature sensor, right-G307
00050 0032 temperature sensor-G308 Evaporator

Full list of fault codes here
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What is an executive desk?


An executive desk has a wide flat surface and drawers on the sides. These desks are great for people who need a lot of work space. They are most commonly made from wood (cherry and mahogany).

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VW fault codes


Hi there:
Are you scanned the PCM and have fault codes noted? Need description fault codes? Send us the specific fault codes that you find there.

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Recently installed leviton combination switch was working correctly. Now when power is being drawn by the hot water tank it controls the pilot light goes out. Any suggestions or is the switch faulty?...


Pilot light switch is usually rated 15 amp.
Check amp rating of device.
Check volt and watt rating on nameplate of water heater.
4500watt element divided by 240volts = 18.75amps
http://waterheatertimer.org/Figure-Volts-Amps-Watts-for-water-heater.html

If you have 120Volt under-counter water heater, then add a comment.

I recommend using contactor to control water heater when using a switch rated for less than 30amp.
Contactor controls water heater. Switch controls contactor.
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What model Leviton GFCL should I use? My wire is a 600 volt 12/2 with ground. Said wire feeds other GFCL outlets.


Any off-the-shelf GFCI sold today with work on 12-2 wire:
By code, 12-2 wire should be connected to 20 amp circuit breaker, but typically most switches and outlets wired to that circuit are rated 15 amp. Amp rating is printed on electrical devices.
Leviton 15 amp 7599-W:
http://www.amazon.com/Leviton-7599-W-Receptacle-Feed-Through-SmartlockPro/dp/B000VYO9MU/ref=pd_cp_hi_3
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Wiring of the 2-5-10-15 timer to a jucuzee bath tub it has three wires black blue green. Thanks. Terry.


First thing to consider is size of Load.
Leviton countdown-timer Load rating is 1800 Watt, 120Volt.
Look inside Jacuzzi at rating plate on motor.
Rating plate on motor should give Volts, Watts and Amps.
Formula Volts x Amps = Watts.
Sometimes motor shows VA which is Watts
Is Jacuzzi on 240Volt breaker or 120V breaker?
Leviton countdown timer is not for 240V load.

A) If 120Volt electric Load checks out, here's how to wire timer if 1 cable enter box.
Timer-black-wire connects to jacuzzi-black
Timer-white-wire connects to ground.
Timer-green connects to ground.
Timer-red connects to jacuzzi-blue.

B) Here's how to wire timer if 2 cables enter box.
120Volt cable coming from breaker box has black, white and bare copper wire.
Timer-black-wire connects to black-wire-from-breaker
Timer-white-wire connects to white-wire-from-breaker-box.
Timer-green and jacuzzi-ground connect to ground

Timer-red-wire connects to jacuzzi-black-wire.

Jacuzzi-blue-wire connects to white.
I am puzzled why this wire is blue if circuit is 120Volt.

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Leviton Digital Dimmer goes off by itself randomly.


Your best bet is to give Leviton a call to help them troubleshoot it. The challenge is that I can think of a number of reasons why this may happen.

1) Electrical power issues - some lighting control products can respond poorly to electrical noise (if you turn on a hair dryer or motor, sometimes the electrical noise it generates can travel through the power wires and effect the dimmer's performance). I actually kind of doubt its the case because if the device shuts off and STAYS off, usually the dimmer's power failure memory would kick it back into gear, and it sounds like its not doing that, so...

2) Loose connection in the back. Some of those dimmers have an addition wire (or screw) attached to them to provide multi-location dimming. If that wire/screw is touching another connector (or a grounded backbox), it can fool the dimmer into thinking its supposed to do something (like turn off).

3) Touch panel environmental issues. Some of their digital dimmers are 'touch' dimmers, and they can be impacted by the environment. There are several ways in which the devices work, but generally speaking, when you hit "a button," you are either affecting the enviornment around the dimmer or the dimmer leaks current through your body, and the dimmer uses that change in its environment to detect the button press. Regardless, if this is an a high-humidity area, or if its near an air-condition, or possibly heater, fan, something like that - its possible that something is "fooling" it.

But again, these are all guesses. I would call their tech support center for sure.

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If it was built for 60Hz AC power (American), it will not work on 50Hz power. The Hz, is the number of cycles per second, the electricity makes. If your motor & controls are wired for 60cycles, they will not get the proper electrical supple to work on 50 cycles. AC voltage goes from neutral to positive to neutral to negative to neutral, (one cycle) according to the country you are in. Some countries also use 230 or 240 volts, instead of 120 volts.

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