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Old July 21st, 2017   #1
dj41354
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Default DMXter4 error 0002: DISC MUTE?

Hey Eric..
I've been adding some new personalities to our lights and think I've accidentally affected my RDM code. When I try and run Integrity using my DMXter4 with my new firmware, the DMXter says:
0002: DISC MUTE
NOISE/DATA w/o BRK
at which point Integrity hangs..
Can you tell me what the DMXter might be unhappy with that causes this error message?
Thanks..
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Old July 23rd, 2017   #2
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The controller found your responder via DUB. When it tried to mute the responder, it didn't get a valid response. There was activity on the line during the response period (either noise or data), but there wasn't a valid break beforehand, so the response is not valid.
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