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  • Dimmer Status Lights incorrect status in n-way config when using Alexa

    I have a fairly large (>30) installation based on Hub (222 version) with many n-way configurations. I've got all switches correctly controlling lights for 3-way, 4-way etc and lights on associated switches reflect the correct status of the n-way switches however when I use control n-way switches via Alexa, only the switch which directs controls the load correctly reflects the status. I'm not sure what linkages I need to add to correct, or whatever other solution (thinking maybe to control via scenes instead).

    Any direction would be very much appreciated.

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    Any time more than one Insteon device is linked to the same load, then all control must be done by controlling the scene. If you control a single device, then only that device will respond, not any of the linked devices. If that were not the case, then you may end up in a non-stop loop.
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      Thank you Stusviews..I appreciate your help.

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