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Palladiom Wire-Free Blink Codes

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Knowledge Article Contents:

Before You Begin

1: One Red Blink Every Five Seconds = Low Battery

2: Red Indicator Light on for Five Seconds, off for One = Low Battery

3: Fast Red Blinking for 15 seconds = Remove Obstruction

4: Two Quick Blinks with a Pause (Heartbeat) = Reset Shade Limits

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Before You Begin

Now that you have identified your shade type, please review the Blink Codes below to begin troubleshooting your Palladiom Wire-Free shade. 


The sections below cover the most common blink codes for Palladiom Wire-Free Roller Shades:  

 

Section 1: One Red Blink Every Five Seconds = Low Battery

 

Lutron Palladiom Wire-Free Exposed Roller Shades with Low Battery Blink Code  

This Blink Code means the shade cannot move because the batteries are too low and need to be replaced. Click here to learn How to Change the Batteries in your Palladiom Wire-Free Roller Shade with our in-depth guide. 


Section 2: Red Indicator Light On for Five Seconds then Off for One = Low Battery

 

Lutron Palladiom Wire-Free Roller Shades with Low Battery Blink Code 

This Blink Code indicates the shade's batteries are too low and need to be replaced. Click here for steps on How to Change the Batteries in your Palladiom Wire-Free Roller Shade. 


Section 3: Fast Red Blinking for 15 seconds = Remove Obstruction

 

Palladiom Wire-Free Roller Shade Indicator Light Flashing an Obstruction Blink Code    

This Blink Code means the shade sensed, or senses, an obstruction. For example, the fabric or hembar is caught up. Click here to learn How to Fix Shade Obstructions through our in-depth guide. 


Section 4: Double Red Blinks with a Pause (Heartbeat) = Reset Shade Limits

 

Palladiom Wire-Free Roller Shade Indicator Light Flashing a Shade Limits Reset Blink Code.   

This Blink Code indicates the shade limits need to be reset. Click here for How to Reset Shade Limits by following the included step-by-step instructions.


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