First, when I install the dimmer (LZW31-SN) in the bathroom, where there are two LED fixtures that are the same as a Honeywell switch I installed in the kitchen, I noticed there’s a dim light in the off position. I had an Aeotec bypass installed in another switch and assumed it wouldn’t be a problem as the Honeywell setup is similar (two light switch). I don’t want to have to buy a bypass for every light I want to install a switch in if Honeywell’s dimmer can work. What’s the best way to work with this?
Second when I install the Inovelli ON/OFF for the bathroom fan, sometimes it sputters, which doesn’t sound right. I hear a “click” at the switch whenever I turn it on and off. Is this right?
Hey Eric, thanks for the quick response! Love the Inovelli switches and really want to make them work.
The bulbs are built in LED fixtures (I know, wish it were a socket). I’m using a neutral setup. I had to pigtail all the neutrals since it’s a 3 gang setup (overhead light, vanity light, fan). There’s 4 neutrals and 2 jumpers pigtailed together, and tried to verify that it works. I swapped line and load on the dimmer. Didn’t do anything.
The clicking happens at the switch, though hadn’t had the fan issue reoccur yet. I was taken aback since the dimmer doesn’t have that click.
Have to ask … Are you sure the switch is fully off and not just dimmed down really low?
Also, you say you have the Neutral wired - which means there should be no leakage through the load (typical cause of slight glow when switch is off). BUT just connecting the neutral wire is not enough, you need to configure the switch to use the neutral. The default setting is no neutral.