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Old 10-27-2021, 09:47 AM
Rich Breen Rich Breen is offline
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Default S1 power switch sometimes doesn't turn off

More an oddity than anything else, but has anyone else noticed this? I have 3 S1s, and sometimes I need to power cycle one of them; I've noticed that occasionally the power switch on the unit doesn't actually do anything; you turn it off, but the unit stays *on*. I need to physically unplug the power supply from the unit to get it to power cycle - I've noticed this on all three units. Not the end of the world, but seems weird, no?
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