Pomicio wrote:Once you find it, press it in and hold it in for 5 seconds. Release the button and do that 5 times.
Simply pushing in the tab or "button" five times is enough. Holding it in for 5 seconds won't really change anything, since its just a mechanical switch.
If LitterMaid wanted to do it right, they would have used magnetic switches, which won't get dirty and fail, but then, the profit margin would take a hit. I'd like to see someone come up with a retrofit that replaces the switches and replaces the circuit board with a small computer chip that can be programmed to add features, like variable timing and smart occupancy sensing. Maybe even a USB interface to monitor use.