Question about Televison & Video
What is happening is that the "pace" box is forgetting everything that you programmed into it every day.
The reason that happens is because when you shut off the "mains" every night the "pace" loses it's memory. You might check to see if your box has a place to put a battery in it. That battery "back up" would keep the memory intact until the battery expires. It only draws a tiny bit of current but you are correct in assuming that it never really shuts off unless you shut off the "mains"
Posted on Jun 01, 2010
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