Side Note - when you do a firmware update and reboot the controller it loses the day's data and doesn't add it to the lifetime or daily logs because the logs haven't rolled over. I've been forcing a rollover of the logs by setting the clock ahead to a minute before midnite, then wait for it to roll the logs before I do the firmware update so I don't lose the accumulated data for the day. Then the next day (or whenever I think about it) set the clock back. Is there a different way to force a rollover of the logs?
Well, there is an undocumented way (I know... There's a lot missing from the documentation), to force a
new day and transfer that data over. Go to LOGS, DAILY, and then hold the Left-Arrow key down and then press the ENTER
key (hold it for a moment) and it should display "New Day". This should not change the date and time in the Classic and is a way around
doing what you were doing.
And, "just in case", you might take a look at the lifetime kW-Hours before and after doing this to make sure that
it did what is said it did. Once in a great while I find that I had to do that 2 button salute twice.
Unfortunately, The latest firmware also keeps the automatic daily logging from logging double-days like it used to
do sometimes. BUT, I believe that when you force the new day by using the two buttons that this will allow it to
do a double day if you updated your firmware in the middle of the day and had a lot more energy to log into the lifetime.
The new firmware also allows you to clear logging data so you can clear the old bogus lifetime Amp-Hours data if
it was an old enough Classic to have not had the amp-hours logging correctly.