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Loses programing when I get a power-outage recorder loses its programing. does this mean unit has no builtin battery back-up, or does it not have one ? kelly dow

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It has a microprocessor that is supposed to keep the settings. What is happening is that the microprocessor is not holding the configuration, or the configuration is not being saved as it should be. This could indicate a bad microprocessor or a failed state maintainer circuit. In both cases I would suggest that you take you unit to a qualified electronics repair shop.
I hope this helps,
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Posted on Apr 23, 2008

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