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Absolute Beginner’s Guide to Home Automation by Mark Edward Soper

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Chapter 10. Accessing X10 Home Control via Telephone

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X10 and Home Telephone Systems

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Installing and Using a Touch-Tone Controller

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Using Home Automated Living

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Using HomeSeer Phone

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Keeping Your Home Safe with Sensaphone

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Troubleshooting Telephone Access to X10-Based Systems

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If you want to use X10 to operate your home remotely, you can use your touch-tone telephone keypad or your voice as your remote control. You can also receive calls from your home warning you of problems caused by power failure, fire, flood, low temperatures, and similar problems. To learn how ...

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