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Sammy777
2008-06-24, 20:10
Hi,

My duet remote controller keep restarting by itself without having a chance to reach the main menu for factory reset.

Is there a way to hard reset it?

Thanks a lot,
Sammy

iPhone
2008-06-24, 20:55
Hi,

My duet remote controller keep restarting by itself without having a chance to reach the main menu for factory reset.

Is there a way to hard reset it?

Thanks a lot,
Sammy

Hello Sammy and welcome to the Forum. The users manual is available online at: http://www.slimdevices.com/documentation/WEB_Duet_User_Guide_EN.pdf

To restart Squeezebox Receiver, press and hold the LED button for three seconds until it begins slowly blinking red.
To perform a Factory Resettings, hold the LED button for five seconds until it quickly blinks red.


Here are the color codes for the display LED:

Appendix B: Button Color Codes
The following information covers the colors displayed by the button on Squeezebox Receiver. It is useful for troubleshooting.

No light: Squeezebox Receiver is OFF.
Low white: Squeezebox Receiver is ON but no music is playing.
Bright white: Squeezebox Receiver is ON and music is playing.
Fast blinking white: Automatic software update is in progress.
Solid red: Starting up.
Slow blinking red: Waiting to be configured for your network.
Fast blinking red: Factory reset in progress.
Yellow: Connecting to your network.

If the light remains yellow, it means that the player is having trouble connecting to the network. If you are using a wireless network, please see the Troubleshooting section in this User Guide.
Green: Connected to your network and waiting to be assigned an IP address by the DHCP server.
If the light remains green, confirm that your wireless router is providing DHCP service. In some wireless network installations, the router may be configured to limit the number of IP addresses for security purposes. If DHCP is running correctly, check to see if the router has run out of IP addresses.
Blue: Connected to the network and waiting to connect to a music source (such as SqueezeNetwork or SqueezeCenter). If you are attempting to connect to SqueezeCenter and the light remains blue, the most likely cause is a firewall running on the computer on which SqueezeCenter is installed. See Appendix A: Configuring Your Firewall. If you are attempting to connect to SqueezeNetwork and the button 28 Logitech® remains blue, check to make sure that your Internet connection is working correctly.
Blinking Purple: This indicates an unrecoverable hardware error.
Please contact Logitech Technical Support for an RMA. Even if cycling Squeezebox Receiver’s power alleviates the problem, the player should still be returned for a replacement.

To restart Squeezebox Receiver, press and hold the button for three seconds
until it begins slowly blinking red. To perform a reset to factory settings, hold the button for five seconds until it quickly blinks red

aubuti
2008-06-24, 21:31
All of iPhone's great instructions are for resetting the SB *Receiver*. To reset the Controller (which I think is what the original question is about), power it off (press the home key and hold for a second or two), then power it on while holding down the "+" key.

pfarrell
2008-06-24, 21:42
Sammy777 wrote:
> Is there a way to hard reset it?

I just put the instructions from iPhone and aubuti in the wiki
http://wiki.slimdevices.com/index.php/Hardware_Reset_commands


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Pat Farrell
http://www.pfarrell.com/

iPhone
2008-06-24, 22:00
All of iPhone's great instructions are for resetting the SB *Receiver*. To reset the Controller (which I think is what the original question is about), power it off (press the home key and hold for a second or two), then power it on while holding down the "+" key.

What was I reading? Or more importantly what was I thinking. I better go to sleep. Thanks for the save, Aubuti! Good idea Pat. I know I have answered resetting the SBR several times and once now by mistake.