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Does automation not work after IFTTT is triggered?

Does automation not work after IFTTT is triggered?

Hello, I have an automation in the Home application that turns the espresso machine on and off – on at 4:15 am / off at 15:45. Every day. I also have an IFTTT script that tracks my google calendar for a particular event (here, “Fish”) and starts the same car at 3:30 instead (actually 30 minutes before the event, but the same result. ..). And it has “never” to stop (because the options are too short to be useful here) The IFTTT shutter works, but I noticed now that the next day, home automation to start the car doesn’t work, so it’s not on / heated as it should be when we get up. As you can imagine, not having coffee in the morning can be worrying. -) Anyway, the device is connected to a Leviton socket for now (D215P-2RW Decorate Smart Wi-Fi) – but even when I update it to a wall socket, I think this will probably happen, I have the basics (free ) IFTTT account, so maybe there are better ways to handle this? And there are no scenes involved, just this automation (“espresso on” and “espresso off” are the only two I have, in fact). There is another device, but I’m pretty sure I’m not involved (ecobee thermostat) Any help / advice would be great. I’m fairly new to HomeKit, so I hope it’s something simple that I overlooked due to lack of experience. Thanks Dave