Hi. I’ve got six Honeywell Z-Wave Plus Plug-in Smart Dimmers controlled by a SmartThings Hub. This dimmer is made by Jasco. Both of the outlets on the dimmer are “smart,” i.e., controlled by Z-Wave. Table lamps are plugged into each dimmer. Recently, a three-way bulb in one of the table lamps burned out, the first such bulb to burn out since I installed these about ten months ago. I replaced the bulb this evening. Uh oh, no joy!
Now, when I use My Home / Things to turn the device on and off, the blue light on the dimmer goes on and off, but the light bulb does not go off (stays on 100% brightness).
The dimmer function does not work from the ST App. The dim function opens up and the slider moves, but no dimming occurs. I’ve tried both outlets on the dimmer, but both are behaving the same - the blue light goes on an off, but the light stays on.
The behavior using the manual button on the dimmer is the same – the blue light toggles on and off, but the light stays on 100% (both outlets) and does not go off.
The “Recently” tab in the ST App shows all the on/off/dim commands from the app as well as the manual on/off commands using the switch button.
I unplugged the dimmer, left it unplugged ten minutes, and plugged it in again, but it is behaving the same way.
I haven’t tried removing it from the network yet because it is used in several Scenes and Routines.
Thoughts on how to get the dimmer working again? Is this going to be a chronic problem when light bulbs burn out?