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just a note that may help others--after a power outage, i checked everything--or so i thought.  Turns out my old controller reverted back to unit 1; and seeing all the cars watching and sending my girls out with candy canes--i realized two days too late that people were watching a weird looking show! ugh!  Should be common sense to check that, but i didn't.  no biggie --all easily fixed--but if you're like me if things seem to be going well i don't go out and listen every nite to check.  just remember to check everything!  

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yes i thought as much also--but i have learned to check everything jic!  Check every nite!  Great advice!--now that's the common sense i should've been applying.  Anyone else ever have that prob?  --and check while listening to music.  although i did check i just went out and it seemed visually to be ok,  a lot of channels hit on the same points as others so looked fine--but not fine.  Alls well that ends well--would like to find out what's going on with that unit though.  

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Losing power should not cause the LOR boxes to lose their identity.  In 9 years, I have never had to reset a unit ID due to power loss.

 

I'm not saying this is what happened here, but if you use the LOR hardware utility to change the unit number of an LOR controller with dials, such as an LOR1600 series, it will remember that unit number until it is power-cycled. Then it will revert to the unit number set on the dials.

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