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more than excited, I just tried to mount my first single switch for HomeKit application. Unfortunately an unforeseen mistake occurred and I can’t get a clou out of it so far. Also my research on the web didn’t lead to any further solution.
problem: right after installation the switch seemed to work but the connected bulps had a constant current and got only brighter when switching from off to on via the HomeKit app. For your information: the physical wall switch is part of a complete row of switches with three connected lights in the living room and as well the electronic switch for the window shutter.
Did someone have the same Problem so far? Or even better, does somebody have a solution?
Maybe i made I mistake while wiring, but as the bulps really had current, i thought, the installation was in the right way.
Your response is highly appreciated! Many thanks in advance and all the best.
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