Let me rush in. I have a small heater controlled by a smart HK socket. And an associated automation that turns off the heater after 3 minutes. Lately, every time an update is released, automation fails. Maybe I should know better than to trust HomeKit something like that, the consequence of having this heater run inadvertently for hours (or days?) Is not good. I guess it has more to do with updating HomePod than Apple TV (we both act as hubs) Resigning to disable "Automatic Updates" and check them periodically manually. Or am I missing something here?
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