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Lexicon 224XL STORE PROBLEM.....
Old 3rd December 2016
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Lexicon 224XL STORE PROBLEM.....

dear Friends,
I'm Fabio from Nord Italy, I'm an electronic music lover/technician and player.
I write you today in the hope that someone can help me
In fact, I have take an Lexicon 224X (upgraded to 224XL, I dont know how),
with a White/Blu LARC Remote V.1.0 A
After a diagnostics, the LARC at power up show me a software version 224XL V8.2
A unit working well, I have just clean all the unit and replace some Condenser on the Power Supply
All sounds and presets is nice and various outputs is all perfect.

A only problem that I have is when I try to Store a modified programs
All the 10 Banks and relative Registers show me " EMPTY "
When I try to store a preset the LARC reply me the following bad message
" NO ROOM LEFT IN REGISTERS "
and it's not possible store a relative edited program.
For store a preset, I press holding down the "STO" button + a "REG" blu push,
I think that it's a right way.

After many times, I have look that only a
(Bank 0) and (Register 0) are able to store an program
in fact on this address a LARC dont show " EMPTY " but the following avaiable prefix " ----- "
here, I can Store a program....

I have try also to Clear a register, pressing 2nd,STO + REG....but absolutely never
On the locations " EMPTY " it's not possible to label a name too.

So, I have only "one" location where is possible to store my edited programs ( B0 - R0 )

kindly, please let me know if you have any suggestions about the possibilities
to resolve this issue or if it's not possible to resolve.
Really I dont understand if it's an hardware/software or what else problem....! ! !

thanks a lot in advanced

Fabio
Old 3rd December 2016
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Replace the 3 AA sized rechargeable batteries.
Old 4th December 2016
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Replace the 3 AA sized rechargeable batteries.
thanks for reply...well, I try this task...
Old 24th March 2017
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thanks for reply...well, I try this task...
Did that fix the problem?
Old 24th March 2017
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Yes...all fine..thanks
Old 7th October 2019
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I have pretty much the same issue.

I've had the battery replaced but that hasn't fixed the issue - I still get the message "NO ROOM LEFT IN REGISTERS" when I try to store a preset.

All the registers show as "EMPTY".

If anyone has any thoughts/suggestions that would be greatly appreciated.
Old 1st November 2019
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NVS Initialization

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I have pretty much the same issue.

I've had the battery replaced but that hasn't fixed the issue - I still get the message "NO ROOM LEFT IN REGISTERS" when I try to store a preset.

All the registers show as "EMPTY".

If anyone has any thoughts/suggestions that would be greatly appreciated.
You need to initialize the NVS module. To do this:

(1) Power up the unit and let it resume normal operation, i.e. passes its power up diagnostics
(2) Press and hold PAGE and then press PROG
(3) Scroll through the prompts pressing PAGE until you see MAINFRAME TEST and then hit PROG.
(4) Scroll until you see NVS INITIALIZATION or press 0 to avoid the scrolling.
(5) Either restart the unit using the reset button or 2 or 1 (2 is a quick exit that will skip the power up diagnostics and 1's function mimics that of the reset button).

Once you do all of this, you should be able to store in the registers.

Jacob
Old 3 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by Returnofthebatt View Post
You need to initialize the NVS module. To do this:

(1) Power up the unit and let it resume normal operation, i.e. passes its power up diagnostics
(2) Press and hold PAGE and then press PROG
(3) Scroll through the prompts pressing PAGE until you see MAINFRAME TEST and then hit PROG.
(4) Scroll until you see NVS INITIALIZATION or press 0 to avoid the scrolling.
(5) Either restart the unit using the reset button or 2 or 1 (2 is a quick exit that will skip the power up diagnostics and 1's function mimics that of the reset button).

Once you do all of this, you should be able to store in the registers.

Jacob
Wow thank you. I think that's worked. Really really appreciate it.
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