07-24-2009 06:14 AM
I am new to the Harmony remotes and mosty have it working the way I want. The problem: When I go to bed, I have created a sequence that turns off the tv, av receiver and the satellite. Works fine. But in the morning, when I click the Watch TV button, nothing turns on. If I click help, it walks me through and turns everything on, but this is a drill. Any suggestions for turning all devices off but keeping things in sync?
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07-24-2009 06:24 AM
Hi and welcome the forum.
Why aren't you using the Off button to turn off all the devices together?
If you include power commands in an Activity and send them manually you naturally disrupt the Smart State Technology that automatically controls the power and input status of the devices.
That's why it doesn't work when you try again the next day.
The Off button is a miniature Activity - it powers off all devices that are on and not set to be "always on".
07-25-2009 12:36 PM
07-25-2009 12:42 PM
Welcome to the forum.
The idea with any Harmony is for it to do all the controlling - no original remote, no buttons on the devices.
What does "turns off automatically if I leave it off" mean?
If you don't want the Harmony's full control you can set Devices to be "on all the time" and power them with commands Customised into your Activities.
12-20-2009 07:44 PM
The 900 has a sleep function built into it.
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