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Dimmer 2 turning on and off ten times every half hour.


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Hi There,

                I have an incredibly strange operation occurring on my Dimmer 2. It is turning associated LED lights on an off 10 times every half hour without exception.

 

Advice anyone?

 

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You can try this guide and let us know how you go

 

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