(CCD images taken by G. Garradd vsnet-alert 4240)
G. Garradd performed a 6-hour time-series photometry during the outburst. The first half of the data seemed to be indicate the presence of 0.1-mag modulation, which might be attributed to superhumps (vsnet-alert 4238). The second half of the data did not convincingly confirmed the recurring nature of the hump. The object brightened again by 0.1 mag at around February 17 14 h UT, but remained bright for at least the following two hours. The possibility of superhumps with a period shorter than 2 hours can be safely precluded, but the possibility for a longer period still remains (vsnet-alert 4245).