The Octagon controller for the Right Dipole was still responding, but the control program had terminated. Restarting the program would do many bad things, it assumes you are starting from 0 amps. James Proffit detailed a procedure to edit the control program before executing it. It was fondly named the "Flying Reset Procedure". See https://hallaweb.jlab.org/tech/Detectors/public_html//magnets/high_resolution_spectrometers/dipole/right_arm_dipole_specific/right_dipole_octagon_computer_flying_reset_procedure.htm No, you are not allowed to use this, unless Javier says you may. I took the laptop hacweb6 up under the boxbeam; connected the B&B RS-232 USB Adapter; started Hyperterm; set the parameters to 9600 baud, 8 bits, 1 stop bit, no parity, no handshake; removed the serial cable from the breakout panel for the Greenspring serial card (located at the top of the rack); using a gender changer, but no null modem adapter, I plugged that end into the B&B RS-232 USB Adapter. I then followed the "Flying Reset Procedure". On the first attempt to enter 0.0 amps in the EPICS GUI the magnet went up a couple of amps and settled there. On the second attempt to enter 0.0 amps in the EPICS GUI the magnet began to ramp down normally. It should reach 0 amps at 11:40AM.