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I described my issue already in a topic about bypass/dimmer compatibility but I believe it requires a new topic.
- 2 x Dimmable GU10 Philips Master LEDs 5 W each on the circuit (around 11W in tottal according to dimmer measurement)
- 3 wires configuration with Dimmer 2 and bypass 2 presented below
- monostable single switch
- bulbs calibrated after first start up
- tried with 2 completely new dimmers and behavior is the same
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1. Momentary push of the switch turns the bulbs ON or OFF with no issues
2. Light is ON. Now, pressing it for a longer time doesn't do anything - no dimm is observed. Once switch is released, then it goes slowely to the lowest level of dimm. Since that time, momentary push makes it goes always to full brightness (ON) or to lowest dimm level again. The only way to make it works on and off is to double click the switch.
3. When I try to set whatever level of brightness in the HC2 it works perfectly. Same with on/off.
I tried to remove DImmer unit but it works the same. Bypass and dimmers have been of the shelve, sealed boxes. Any ideas?
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