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Old 12-16-2018, 07:38 PM
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I fixed the issue. I pried open the lighting node pro and found a button that fixes the issue when pressed while nothing is connected to the LNP. There's actually an access hole on the case that you can insert a paper clip into to push the button, but I didn't notice until I put the case back together. I have zero electronics knowledge, but I think the button drains the capacitors which prevent it from fully turning on after suddenly losing power. A similar thing happens to motherboards after a power outage.

We lost power again a few days ago and repeating the process fixed the issue again.
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