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New batteries, etc--I know it works but the Smart Timer 2's are different than the others- this is one of the original 2's - aluminum box , black trap door opening for battery, test button , etc.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I had the same problem with my Craftsman opener but different model. However to fix this I simply followed the instructions that came with the opener and reprogramed the remote to the opener. The instructions are in your owners manual and are pretty straight forward.. John
Posted on Dec 11, 2008
You need to run recalibration on the unit. The supplied PowerChute software & cable will allow you to do this if you hook the UPS up to a PC (I know it works with the serial cable, not sure about USB). If you only have a MAC then I cannot offer a solution other than to buy the standalone PowerView device from APC. It will cost a bit more than a battery, but may save you from buying needless batteries in the future. I finally broke down an bought one, but note that I was still having the problem after the 1st recalibration. By trial and error (and maybe a vague memory) I put my MAC in sleep mode, that dropped the load to stop the lights from flashing. Then I recalibrated with a 22% load and now it finally seems better (lights no longer flashing). This was with a Smart-UPS 1000.
Let me know if that helps.
Posted on May 09, 2009
Generic works fine, and that charger does too. If your charge light and dock light are on then you'll be okay.
Save cash, go generic!
Posted on Mar 11, 2010
SOURCE: I bought Utilitech #0141224 7
Hello, I bought an in door smart digital timer (G.E.) or Jasco product for my front porch light. I hooked all the wires as instructed and programmed according to instructions. I have a two wire system, so i left the green wire unattached. The light comes on but flashes very fast. What's up with that? This is the second one i've replaced, the first one did the same thing!. Whats wrong?
Posted on Sep 13, 2010
SOURCE: I have a 2006 Toyota
My 2004 v6 2wd highlander has the same battery, and I am just now replacing it. What is that 7 years? I found via google that it has 550 CCA. I think it would have lasted longer if not for kids leaving lights on every few weeks and an unusually cold winter for this far south.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
Testimonial: "I checked my electrolyte levels in the battery and added some distilled water and I feel like I'm ready for another 2 yrs on this battery. Tks 4 fdbk"
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