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Neo Andersson 62
We have encountered a serious problem while installing Danalock ZWave doorlocks.
So far we never had any oreder where our customer would ask for more than one Danalocks in the house.
Now we got even two orders, where customers require 2 or more door locks in the house.
So we did everything as we used to do. We included locks into system. However, customer wanted me to have linked all two doors to one button, that he will be able to controll open/close them with 1 button. It seemed to me as a very easy task. I have created a QA that calls both locks and openes/closes them as desired.
The problem is, when this code is called on a button press, many times only on 1 door is the action performed.
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Both door locks work if they are accessed separatelly, but for some inexplicable reason, this way they don't work. We have tried all well-known procedures to fix this. Excluded/re-Included devices, checked all the settings avaliable, but no help at all.
It seems that only one fibaro call is getting to the devices, or if by chance both of them work, then the device doesn't change the status.
We are absolutelly clueless..
Is there anyone who can give us some hint, what can be the reason?
Thanks a lot ahead
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