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Old October 22nd, 2017, 06:29 PM   #5
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Rupej is onto it - an output doesn't turn off just because nothing is telling it to turn on, it only does explicitly what it's told.

If you have an OTE addressed to that output, the OTE when true will explicitly tell the output to turn on. If the OTE is false, it will explicitly tell the output to turn off. If the OTE is true (and the output is on), and you delete the OTE, there is nothing telling the output anything at all, so it does exactly what it was last told to do until something comes along to tell it differently.

You can monitor it in the controller tags window and write a zero into it's address; that'll turn it off manually.
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