Recently, I added a new device with HOOBs, which broke some things, so I deleted and added HOOBs to the HomeKit. However, now I can't edit existing automations (the changes are reflected in the application, but not in reality) and none of the new ones I do actually do anything. I think it has to do with having a "bad" hub. However, I have 6 potential hubs and can't find a way to change the main one. I disabled the Hub in the Apple TV settings, but it still says "connected" under the hub page in the Home app. I use automation as a kind of security system, so any comments are appreciated.
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