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Janech

Unwanted action X button

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Hello, I am using fibaro key fob to control rgbw controler and Hue bulb. X button is assigned to hue bulb and changing brightness only. I noticed that when RGBW controler is off, bulb is on and I pushed key fob X button then Red colour is on. If RGBW and bulb are on when I push X button-action going to bulb and RGBW is off and sometime is getting red.

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Hi @Janech ,

 

I'm not sure if I understand you correctly. Pressing the X button on your KeyFob should only change the brightness of your bulb, and instead it does that but it is also turning the RGBW red?

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  • Yes it was,  you understood correctly. But now after last update my system is in a dust.

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  • Hi Mr Smolinski, I meant that since last to updates 4.170 and 4.501 Hcl is down and nothing is working.

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    In that case, please, contact our support at

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    I'm sure they'll provide you with a solution.

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