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Fibaro LUA scene execution unreliable (HC2)




I´m writing a couple of VERY SIMPLE LUA Scenes that I have linked to Double Click action of  a double switch 2.

The scene often works fine, but  sometimes, some  the turnon or turnoff actions are not executed. (by instance, instead of turning off the 3 lights, only 2 are turnned off, or maybe the vent turnon fails...) 


Also tried added sleep between commands but the result is the same. Any idea? This is quite frustrating...  


When I run the scen from the debuger interface, it seems that it works properly...


As stated, the code is very simple:  (Turn off lights, turn on vent, wait 7 minutes and turn off vent (except if the light were turned on again while the vent is on)


fibaro:call(88, "turnOff"); --light off 1
    fibaro:call(93, "turnOff"); --light off 2
    fibaro:call(94, "turnOff"); --light off 3
    fibaro:call(89, "turnOn"); --this is the vent 
    fibaro:sleep(420000); -- wait 7 minutes
      local bathLightStatus = 0;
      bathLightStatus = bathLightStatus + fibaro:getValue(88, 'value');
      bathLightStatus = bathLightStatus + fibaro:getValue(93, 'value');
     bathLightStatus = bathLightStatus + fibaro:getValue(94, 'value');
    -- fibaro:debug('Number of bath lights on: ' .. bathLightStatus);
      if ( bathLightStatus == 0)
          -- fanStatus = fibaro:getValue(89, 'value');
          -- fibaro:debug('Fan Status '  .. fanStatus);
          fibaro:call(89, "turnOff");
          -- fibaro:sleep(1000);    
          -- fanStatus = fibaro:getValue(89, 'value');
         -- fibaro:debug('Fan Status after off '  .. fanStatus);


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