I love HomeKit, but Jesus! I feel like I'm playing wack-a-mole this month. Suddenly I come home from work and half of my automation works. Ecobee does not turn on, but half of the lights come on. Last night I said, "Hey, Siri, it's bedtime," as I always do, and the TV in the living room lights up along with my bedtime scene (which should close the house but turn on the bedroom accessories). The HomePods in my bedroom appear in my audio options as usual - only they are associated with the TV in the bedroom and I can't change it. So now, when I try to play music, the TV turns on. The kitchen homePod suddenly sounds like it's exploded (the new remaster Let It Be). My switchboards from IKEA have been working great for months, now it's a toss of money if my closet goes on. Everything seemed to be happening one after the other. It feels like I'm trying to keep cats safe. Does anyone else feel that way - especially in the last 2-3 weeks?
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