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I have been using HC2 for 2 years now.
I have 3 scenes, in which i use when i leave the house or come home.
1. Nobody home - Turns off all lights, and turns the heating down on multiple devices. WORKS
2. Gone Away - The same as nr 1 but more extensive heat management. WORKS
3. Came Home - This has the problem. I use this to turn on the heat again, and to turn off some general lighting. The heating works like it should, no problem, everything get the SetTemperature that it should.
The problem is the lighting. You can see them turn on in the Interface for a second, then they all fall to off again. If i run the scene multiple times, it may eventually turn them on.
I have tried the following:
- Changed the triggers to and from a device's state, to a variable. No change, and why should it? The scene never fails to trigger, just to work properly.
- Changed the scene from using my premade "general lights" scene and instead, configuring all the lights by themselves.
Even if i Trigger my general lights scene with the come home scene, or have them all configured in the come home scene individually, i get the same result. I can see them turn on in interface, the falls off again.
I have built the scene with blocks, but changed it to lua for easy reading. Scene 104 at the end is just my General lighting scene, which works just fine outside this scene.
local startSource = fibaro:getSourceTrigger();
( tonumber(fibaro:getValue(84, "value")) > 0 or tonumber(fibaro:getValue(84, "value")) == 0 )
startSource["type"] == "other"
fibaro:call(339, "setThermostatSetpoint", "1", "23");
fibaro:call(348, "setThermostatSetpoint", "1", "25");
fibaro:call(324, "setThermostatSetpoint", "1", "20");
fibaro:call(71, "setThermostatSetpoint", "1", "20");
fibaro:call(79, "setThermostatSetpoint", "1", "24");
Anybody seen this?
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