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Lamp flickers


SerrII
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Hello,

i tried today to install my Walli Switch, which in itself works but the lamp starts as soon as I switch it on via the switch to flicker. I do not know why it can be. Maybe I connected the switch but wrong why I search for help here in the forum.

Note: I do not have a neutral, which is why I bridge the over Q

 

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SerrII

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You installing switch or dimmer? The switch isn't work without neutral. But if you use dimmer with LED non dimmable bulb  the bulb flick, for resolve this problem you need to install bypass or change the parameter 172 in advanced tab of dimmer to work as ON/OFF switch.

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if you have 2 circuit installation, double switch with separate L1, L2 lines from switch to lamp (ex. with 2 bulb) In this case you use one of liines (ex.L2) to return N to the place of switch, but connect 2 bulb to one L1. 

If you have installation like this you have 3 line in place for switch (L - input with power and L1, L2 output for turn on /off 2 circuits), after modification in place for lamp (connection N - L2) you will have L, N, L1  for switch

 

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