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I connected a Dimmer2 out of the box (i.e. without prior association to Fibaro) as described in this picture of the manual for 2-wire systems (I live in Italy)
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with the switch being a simple momentary switch and the light being a LED bulb. As soon as we gave power back to the house, the Dimmer2 burned (on the Sx contact), and obviously power was cut automatically, as in a short circuit. After replacing the fibaro Dimmer2 with a normal Finder dimmer, we verified that both the momentary switch and the bulb work ok.
What did I do wrong? should I have connected just L and N of the Dimmer2 and associated it with HC2, changing some parameter before connecting switch and bulb? I am buying a new Dimmer2 but I don't want to burn another one...
Thanks in advance for your help,
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