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How to wipe the memory in a older Crestron TP

post #1 of 5
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My youngest boy is autistic and kind rough on touch panels so I use older (cheaper) ones in the rooms he frequents. The playroom uses a STX 3500C and we do from time to time use it in RF mode. Well he broke the last one so I fleabay'd another and uploaded his vtp project to it. When I went into setup and tried to set RF channel and RF ID it hung up on "RF changes pending". It's working in wired mode but won't link up with the gateway. It's not the gateway because I have another panel on it and it works fine.
I have tried uploding a different project to it and different firmware but it remains hung up with the RF changes pending message. Is there a way to wipe it clean and start from scratch??? Thanks,

Chip
post #2 of 5
Have you been through the operations manual recently?

http://www.crestron.com/resources/product_and_programming_resources/catalogs_and_brochures/online_catalog/default.asp?jump=1&model=stx-3500c&tab=resources
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Yep and unless I missed it I saw nothing about this problem. I looked in Viewport and toolbox and don't see a option to clear it.
post #4 of 5
I found your 2 related threads in the Yahoo group.

Did you flash the same FW you used for the last STX? Power cycle the gateway? All IDs triple checked? Did you try removing the other RF panel?
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I have tried everything I can think of. I even uploadedthe vtp project for the one that works and matched settings. It still hangs on "RF changes pending" screen.
If I make a RF settings change on the one that is working I get the "RF changes pending" then it switches saying something like "RF changes configuring" and then it hooks up to the gateway.
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