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Blinds not visible in Google Assistant...



Hi there,


I recently started experimenting with the Fibaro integration into GA (Google Assistant) and so far I'm very happy with it, with one exception:


I have 2 roller shutters in my setup, and no matter what I try, they do not show up in GA. From what I can read in the forum, blinds/shutters are now supported, so I'm hoping to find some help here :)


I already tried upgrading my HC2 to the latest version (4.60), removed and re-added the fibaro integration into GA, but still nothing shows up.

The shutter controller is from Fibaro, but I can not determine the exact type from the configuration window (see screen shot)


Did I miss something?





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I am sorry, I don't know HC2, but maybe this hint will help you: On HC3 I had to setup Role as Blind with positioning.


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Hey All,


I bought a new HC2 and set my all devices properly.while im try to connect my hc2 to google home assistant i encountered on the same problem with the blinds.

Does anyone solve this problem?




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