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Posted: September 21 2021 at 10:58 | IP Logged Quote mdsmith

Using PH on Windows 10 pro, having problems with Insteon
powerlinc V2 2414 USB where PH Message- "ISRESPONDING failed
for PLC powerlinc V2". Has anybody had the same problem? If
so, are there any solutions to this problem?
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Posted: September 21 2021 at 15:20 | IP Logged Quote smarty

1) Has the controller been setup in the controller section?

Next,

2) Have you set up the Insteon PLC/PLM in the Insteon "Setup" area? "Clear" the PLC/PLM database and then "Add Full".

Insteon has had a fair number of early device failures (all types). I have replaced easily over 50 devices over my years with Insteon. Is it possible that youe PLC is dead?

Edited by smarty - September 21 2021 at 15:21


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Posted: September 21 2021 at 16:23 | IP Logged Quote mdsmith

Thank you for your message. Yes the controller is setup in
Controller. I tried your suggestion but it still fails. I
know the unit is working ok, I have been using it on my
Windows 7 PC and it works fine. If you think of any other
suggestion would be greatly appreciated...

Thank you...Michael

Edited by mdsmith - September 21 2021 at 16:26
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