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Mismatch between Heat Controller setting and Zone setting


mihneadb
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Hi,

 

I'm a new user of the Fibaro ecosystem and I'm facing some issues. One of them has to do with controlling the heat in my home. I have setup zones - 1 per room, and each zone contains 1 Heat controller. I have a HC3 and I see there are several ways in which you can control the temperature - from the Heat Controller directly, or through Zones.

I tried working with the temp view in the website (/app/climate/temperature), but also with the mobile app through manual settings on the thermostats. Anyway, in the end I did "back to schedule for all" and my zones show up OK:

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You can see Living Room set at 24C. However, if I go to the climate view under settings, the thermostat for Living Room shows up as 26C (an older value set via the mobile app BEFORE choosing "back to schedule for all").

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This is really odd to me. I'm curious 1. if I'm encountering a bug and 2. what is the "recommended" way to handle temp control in HC3?

 

Thanks!

Mihnea

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