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dingle
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Everything else seems to be working fine on my RDS 4000+ but now the PI has stopped working... ie: doesn't send anything to the radio.

This has happened ever snice I tried to get dynamic pi working and it screwed up.

Helllp! Is there any way I can reset my unit via the software, script or on the circuit board?

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You surely mean PS?

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Apologies, that's the one yes... I get mixed up
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Forgot to add, everything else seems to work fine... radio text, time etc show fine... just no PS being sent.
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You did set the delay next to the PS field you want to 1?

Fields with delay set to 0 do not show. When all are set
to 0 there is no PS effectively.

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Pretty sure I did, I will double check again tonight.

It's been brilliant up until now, I should have just left it how it was
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It is pretty cool, I bet something is not configured properly.

Also give it a good-old power cycle (on-off) just to be sure.

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Panic over, you were right it was just the PS delay that wasn't set right... silly me!

Thanks!!
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Feels good when it turns out the product is as great as I thought

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