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Problem with momentary switch after replacing FGS212 with FGS213



Hi all! Couple of years ago I equipped a momentary switch with the Fibaro Single Switch (FGS212) and everything works like a charme. Recently I wanted to replace the FGS212 with the Single Switch 2 (FGS213) due to the advantage that the FGS213 supports SceneActivations. But unfortunately I can't get this to work properly: if I connect an FGS213 and configure it as a momentary switch (all other parameters are on default), I have the following behavior: I can turn the light on using the hardware switch (switch on the wall) but can no longer turn it off. I can then turn the light off via the HC2, but when I turn it on via HC2, it immediately switches off again. If I remove the cable from S1, at least switching via the HC2 works as it should (of course not via the hardware switch at all). As soon as I install the old FGS212 again, everything runs smoothly. What am I doing wrong here? (by the way, the FGS213 works without any problems on a toggle switch)?


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L should be connected too.

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