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Thank you, will do. For now I search for a solution and found this thread, didn’t notice this before..

Timefactor is Glitching / Going Crazy – HELP!

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Sure seems like what you’re describing. I suppose when you were using your switcher to control the unit the mere fact you weren’t stepping on it kept this loose connection from causing the glitching. While you’re in there I would look around for any other bad connections, etc.. Good Luck!👍