I have several Apple TVs in my house, all connected as a single "family" account. I also have a homekit house created under that family account, with my personal account as administrator for that house. Most things work well, but I often face a situation where I have to use the "owner" (family account) to add certain devices (homepod mini for example), and recently Apple music (linked to my personal account) has stopped . works when you request music from homepod mini. My solution was to remove the home from my family account and recreate it under my personal account, which would make my personal account the homeowner and make music / add devices work. However, how would I make Apple TVs join that house so that they can be a siri controller and see them in the house? When I try to do this on Apple TV, it only creates a separate house and will not add it to the personal home, although the family account is an administrator for it. May?
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