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Topic # 242445 29-Oct-2018 03:38
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Hello everyone. I have the Mitsubishi air-conditioning inverter. (SRK20ZR-S) And bought the Intesis Home wifi controller. Installed yesterday. And worked well. today the Intesis Home wifi controller, given a permanent place. The cable disconnected and connected again. And whatever I try, He does not want to work anymore. Pressed on the reset button (10 seconds). Blink green than constant green. That is all okay. But when I start the installation via the app. The green light, changes to red flashing. And does not stop.
The wifi between the intensis and modem is very good.


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  Reply # 2115718 29-Oct-2018 06:54
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Assume the wifi unit can see the heatpump i.e. line of sight ?  (it uses infra red, so it needs line of sight just like a tv remote). 

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  Reply # 2115719 29-Oct-2018 07:01
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In quickly reading the manual...


I think you need to start the installation process again. You mentioned you hit the reset button (so you need to start the installation again as per the guide in the manual). 




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  Reply # 2115783 29-Oct-2018 09:11
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I'd imagine the flashing red might be that it is creating a Wi-Fi network you need to connect to to complete the setup?

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  Reply # 2116530 29-Oct-2018 22:49
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This manual has the full guide to setting it up, including what the LED colours and blinking mean:

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  Reply # 2120383 5-Nov-2018 18:10
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Thanks everyone. it works again great. 

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