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FGRM-222 loses positioning



Good afternoon, Let's see if you can give me a hand because I'm going crazy.

I have several blinds with FGRM-222 actuators to control them, and I also have toggle buttons installed to be able to raise and lower manually. The values in controller are: 0 closed, 9 sleep summer, 30 nap, 50 parasol, 100 open, 240 stop.

If I do not use the physical buttons, when selecting any value in controller , it works without problem.

The problem is that if I use the physical buttons, it seems that the blind loses its position / calibration, and if I then select a value in controller, the value does not correspond to what is desired (the summer sleep position, for example, remains open at 50 %, instead of 9%)

I have to recalibrate the blind (with param .. 29) and then the eedomus values go well, until I use the buttons again.

Sometimes if I have the blind down and I press the up (physical) button and leave it, the blind goes up completely and thenit  does a kind of self-calibration, because once raised, it goes down alone and goes back up alone.

The parameters of the blinds:

10 = 1 - Roller Blind Mode, with positioning

14 = 1 - Toggle switches

18 = 10 Motor operation detection

44 = 0 - Self-measurement inactive.

I have several blinds and it happens to me in all ... 

any idea? thanks in advance.

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