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Dimmer 211 issue



Hi can someone help me out please, a few years ago I installed fibaro dimmer 2 modules to my living room, now I’m doing my bedroom and I’m a little rusty as I’ve not messed with things for a while.
So I ordered a new dimmer module for my bedroom unfortunately I didn’t realise till it came I ordered a dimmer 1 this time no issue though I dont think, though now I’ve installed it I’m having 3 issues


Issue 1
I’m using a 2 way and off retractive switch same as I have in my living room but I’m not able to get s2 to work I’ve changed the parameters in smartthings to function of 3 way switch parameter 1 and switch type to parameter to 0 but still operating as a 1 way retractive switch.


Issue 2
After a few times of using the light my physical switch stops working though it still works over z-wave then after using z-wave it works again on the physical switch. Odd


Issue 3
I have a 30w LED load but 1 LED lamp is remaining on dim once there turned off I know a load below 25w requires a bypass but does it look as though I will need one here? I believe bypass 2 isn't compatible and I'm struggling to find a bypass 1


Also just to note I am using a neutral and module is behind my switch and I’m in the UK using smartthings 

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