I’m seeing a behavior that I can’t account for. I want to delete the behavior but can’t see what is causing it. I have button that turns on a light and sets it to a specific light level and temperature whenever I double click it.
- In the SmartThings App, the “Double pressed” option has no action assigned. If I assign an action, it starts doing the assigned action but still turns on the light.
- Under SmartApps, “Smart Lighting” is disabled, but even inside it, there is nothing that would result in this behavior.
- Under Automations, there is no automation that would cause this behavior. I did delete a number of automations related to the button and the light, probably for the behavior that I’m still seeing.
When I log in to the API system through the web browser, I can see both the button and the light. I can also see the events generated by the button and the light. But I can’t see what causes the button to trigger the light.
The light is connected to SmartThings through Hue (I have Hue Hub too) and both are connected to Alexa. I’ve looked through the other apps and can’t see any connection that accounts for this behavior.
How do I debug what is causing the button to turn on the light?