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Amazon Alexa + Fibaro skill +HC2


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Hi all and @Fibaro,

 

I have been running the Alexa skill for a number of weeks and mostly it works with no issue.

 

I have noticed that occasionally that while Alexa says OK when turning off the devices it looks like the wrong command is sent to HC2. I see transferred OK reported on the device but the device does not change state.

 

All of the devices that are causing the issues are Fibaro switch2 devices that I had tested with the scene events functionality. I set Parameter 28 so that the functionality was no longer active and this appears to have fixed the issue.

 

Please can somebody else test this to confirm that there is a bug in the skill, HC2 or the switch2 firmware that when parameter 28 is set prevents the Alexa skill turning off the switch2 device. 

 

cheers,

 

Robert

 

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In the past with the HA Bridge my dimmer 1 light would not turn on every time but would turn off, I changed it so it was a scene for off and scene for on.

some of the time although I said turn on Alexa turned it off, which is easier to see on a scene.

try using a scenes for diagnosis!!

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