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I am sharing my experience with Replacing HC3L connected as slave gateway as there's no clear guide to follow, hoping that someone have solution for it. with many attempts using different approaches, ALL FAILED. Attempt1 - from connect gateways Tab: -clicking on the replace device on the list showing on screenshot, -it asks for new gateway IP, then i got error 409 conflict , or error 409 OK. i have made sure that new gateway on the same firmware 5.130.64 as the one need to be replaced. Attempt2- i made sure that system A/B on new gateway is on 5.130.64 which identical to the one i need to replace, but still getting the same error. Attempt3- i tried to upload the backup of slave gateway manually to new one but it's refusing to upload it. Attempt4- for testing purpose factory reset one salve gateway from the connected list, and started the replace, it completed the process but no devices restored on the gateway... Anyone can help with correct procedure of replacing HC3L connected as slave gateway?
Hi all, I'm suddenly in a position where a lot of my sensors are showing low battery - which makes sense having bought a lot of them around the same time. I'm currently very nervous to change any of the batteries because there hasn't been a single time that I've changed a battery and had no issues with sensors. Door sensors in particular, it seems as though I change the battery, the sensor works for a few days before becoming unresponsive and ultimately killing the battery very quickly. This then leads to me being required to do a full reset of the module, delete/remove from Fibaro, scenes etc. Then re-add to Fibaro and redo all of the associated scenes, restarting the controller in between to ensure a clean removal and re-add. Now I have 2 x motion sensors and 3 x door sensors which need to be replaced - what am I actually supposed to do to ensure a smooth battery swap, without having to delete/add the device again, or risk having an unresponsive sensor that kills batteries again. I've had a quick search and the only real advice I have seen is to keep the door open when changing the sensor, but nothing really official or obvious. So, please do tell me how you change your sensor's batteries to ensure they have no issues, so I can try on some of mine. Thanks