I finally finished moving the house. It's a major PITA when you leave many devices behind, such as built-in switches, wall outlets and anything else that the buyer has decided they are willing to pay you. I have learned a fair amount by doing this and it is practically not easy. I'm finally done, and so here's my updated blog post about the wonderful process that is (isn't). BTW, I know I could have erased the products and let the new owner start from scratch ... but it's not very nice. & # x200B;
[https://practicalhomekit.blogspot.com/2021/02/tip-moving-house.html](https://practicalhomekit.blogspot.com/2021/02/tip-moving-house.html) & # x200B;
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