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Switching/dimming a FGD-212 via association



Hello all,


This is my first post here but I've run into an issue that I cannot seem to resolve by myself.


I'm using a Vera Lite controller with the latest firmware. At the moment I have several FGD-211 dimmer modules in my house which are working perfectly. Recently I purchased two new FGD-212 dimmer modules. It took me a while to figure out that I had to set parameter 27 to '0' to be able to use the second switch to control other modules via association. The issue I have right now is that I cannot get one of my 'old' FGD-211 modules with a double paddle impulse switch to control my new FGD-212 modules via association. On the old FGD-211 module I have set association group '2' to the correct device ID of the new FGD-212 module and the device is configured correctly, however no response (on/off/dimming) when I operate the paddle switch. (The switch is working, by the way... tested)


What am I doing wrong? Have any of you run into an issue with the combination of these two modules (old and new fibaro dimmers alongside each other)


Hope someone can shed some light on this because it's driving me nuts!


Much appreciated!

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