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    #91
    Open the Z-Net RPi2 case and look for writing on the GPIO Z-Wave card.
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      #92
      Originally posted by Gogs View Post
      Sorry I can not help you with this, however, love your logic that the upside down label must be the US version.
      Hahah simply because I bought 1 US and 2 EU units, and there is one with upside down label and 2 rightside up (to the main logo).

      Originally posted by Pete View Post
      Open the Z-Net RPi2 case and look for writing on the GPIO Z-Wave card.
      Thanks. I had to open one yesterday because I couldn't seem to make it boot up (green blinking LED inside the case, no RED LED on the big LED on case), but didn't check the GPIO. d'oh.
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