New Lutron Caseta switches not transferring to Homekit (old switches ok)

Cupertino, November 20, 2023

I have been using my Lutron Caseta system for many years and 55 active devices on the original switches, pico remotes, lamp sockets and two motion detectors. Little to no problems over the years. Every time we added a new device, it quickly appeared in HomeKit. I just went through a kitchen remodel and had to change two dimmer switches to a different color and add a third one. First time trying the new Diva Dimmer smart switches. I installed the new switches today, paired them with the Lutron app with no problems. Through the Lutron app I can turn on/off/dim without problems. Good to go. I headed to the Home app to set them up with my HomeKit automations. The three new switches do not appear. The two old switches I changed are still there (I removed them from the Lutron app) with "No Response" as their status. The brand new third switch doesn't show up either. The rest of my 50+ Lutron items show up and work fine in the Home app. Things I did: * Restarted the apps. * Unplugged and restarted the Lutron Smart Hub * Updated the firmware of the three new devices in the Lutron app * Renamed the new devices in the Lutron app just to see if it triggered anything * Checked other cameras in the Home app (I know in past, things show up in "Default Room") Despite all that, the three new wall switches won't show up in Home. Does anyone have any advice? In the past it just synced automatically...but not now. It's easy for me to say since this is my first time using Diva switches it could be those, but I doubt the model makes a difference. Help!

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