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What does a timeout message indicate


Timeout:
Your pool service company or somebody (?), had bypassed temporarily the automation, and placed the system into a "Timeout" mode. Not a major problem at all, and normally nothing to worry about! Unless nobody did this and it is in this mode for more than 3 hours. Let me explain briefly...
What does this mean?
Time out is simply a manually entered mode, that will bypass automation for only 3 hours, and will return to normal "Auto" mode after those 3 hours.
Why is this function available?
If your pool service company arrives and the automation system is normally on "Auto" mode, and he or she finds that everything is off, not scheduled to come on yet or just had completed its normal cycle, the service company is somewhat out of luck if, lets say "Muriatic Acid" is to be added, or an "Algaecide" or some other Specialty chemical that needs the water to be circulation for a few hours after adding this product. What can the service person do, if no one is home to reprogram it or to turn it on? He/she can put it into "Service Mode", which is another mode available on an Automation system, but that overrides the system completely and will stay in that mode until it is once again manually changed back to "Auto" mode.
Timeout - is the mode the service provider will use, after using possibly service mode to turn the filter pump on so the pool can be vacuumed, then if a product like what was mentioned above is added, the system can then be manually placed into "Timeout" and the pool pump will run, mixing the chemicals in the pool, and then will automatically revert back to auto mode 3 hours later. Completing the job of diluting & mixing whatever the pool service provider added.

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Technika LCD15.4DVDID-108 DVD Region Code?


The region code is within the DVDs firmware and in this sort of model is not changeable. Why not re-record the DVD with your computer and finalize it as the code you want.

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Have bought a Technika DAB 109 CRF radio and no instructions. 1. how do I tune it and SAVE to presets 2. How do I set the alarm? Thank you


To set alarm mode :- press Alarm 1 or 2 briefly to swtich between choices of Alarm On-Beep / DAB / FM / Off, keep pressing this alarm button until you get to the mode you want then stop pressing and leave to settle.
To set time: Press and HOLD Alarm 1 or 2 to change time. Minutes will flash first, use dial to change numbers, when you've got to the number you want press jog/select to change hour, use dial to change hour number. If you just leave it alone once you've reached the hour you want it will set where you left it, but...
If you want to specify preset channel/volume/beep tone etc keep pressing jog/preset after setting hour and use dial to set your preferences.

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This happened to me too. Try wiping the DVD clean. I did this and then it worked. "Auto F5 reload window" options Default timeout * Timeout for this page * Add random value to timeout between 0 and * Show and hide menu Ignore everything after these symbols in URL(separate with spaces) Include the separators in the URL saved Hide menu when clicking outside the menu Prolong timeout on mouseclicks or keyboard input Reload all pages with default timeout, which has no timeout set
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HOW TO CHANGE THE TIME ON A Technika CR-109IP


1)touch and hold both the M and E touch pads for at least 1 second to enter clock setting mode
2)set the hour by touching either of the the arrow touch pads on the top panel to increase or decrease the number
3)when the hour is set correctly touch the E touch pad to confirm
4)the minute digit will now flash. set the minutes by touching either arrow touch pad on the top panel to increase or decrease the minutes
5) when the minutes are set correctly touch the E touch pad to confirm
the clock is now set

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This is a JetDirect error and can be cured by adjusting the IO and Idle timeout values. Set the IO Timeout (or Job Timeout) to 300 seconds ( 5 minutes) and set the Idle Timeout to somewhere between 900 seconds (15 minutes) and 3600 seconds (1 hour). Setting the IO Timeout (or Job Timeout) and Idle Timeout to 0 does not disable them. It causes the printer and/or print server to timeout immediately. The IO Timeout can typically be set through the control panel on the printer, or it can be set using the HP JetAdmin Utility. The Idle Timeout can be set by TELNETing to the TCP/IP address for the printer, or it can be set using the HP JetAdmin Utility. The HP JetAdmin Utility can be downloaded from HP's Web site, www.hp.com.

The print job is defaulting to tray 1 so you will need to change this at the application and printer driver admin and not at the printer itself.

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Duplicate/incorrect MAC addresses in the CAM table


This is from the Cajun P333R manual but it should be very similar if not identical.

Good Luck.

arp timeout Command
Use the arp timeout command to configure the amount of time that an entry
remains in the ARP cache. To restore the default value, 14400, use the no form of
this command.
The syntax for this command is: arp timeout <seconds>
The syntax for the no form of this command is: no arp timeout <seconds>
Examples:
To set the arp timeout to one hour:
Router(configure)# arp timeout 3600
To restore the default arp timeout:
Router(configure)# no arp timeout
ip-address IP address, in dotted decimal format, of the station
hardware-address 48-bit address of the local data link
seconds The amount of time, in seconds, that an entry
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