Has anyone had their grow impatient with them? I work from home and tend to work in projects in my slack time. This morning, I put a piece of material in the , went back into the house from the garage where the is. Sent the job to the and then got distracted by a dirty, four letter word, WORK. When I looked back at the screen on the machine that I use to send jobs the and the prompt to push the button was gone, so I sent it again, walked out to the and apparently the first job had already run, without me pushing the button.
No… effing… way!
Mind if I ask you to please please please open a case for this in Problems & Support rather than here? It’s kind of an important safety concern that definitely needs to be addressed.
Cat pushed the glowing button?
Nah, my cats would never lower themselves to go into the garage
It looks like somebody moved this thread here to P&S. But moving’s not the same as opening a new case. They may or may not look at it. Here… Let’s go ahead and tag @dan and @Rita as, to me, it seems pretty serious and in need of attention.
Just speculation, but I think it is analogous to a kitchen disposal just turning itself on. By design, it is a safeguard, shouldn’t be possible.
If you indeed have cats, that is my bet. A big blinking button would be enticement enough.
Could your garage be haunted by the ghost of a handyman that is curious about the Laser Thingee?
I think that’s a record wait until alien conspiracy guy showed up.
I went digging through your machine logs, and they look quite normal. The machine turns on, normal stuff happens, then there’s a button press at 9:34 Pacific. It’s followed by more prints around 10:30. I don’t want to dispute the ideas of cats, rats, or aliens, but is it possible that you pressed the button before work intervened? Does that timing match your workday?
It’s been a little while since I’ve seen any replies on this thread so I’m going to close it. If you still need help with this please either start a new thread or email firstname.lastname@example.org.