Old Hub blocked in Hubs & Bridges Home

Cupertino, March 16, 2020

I have only one Apple TV 4 (called Salon Apple TV4 (where Salon = living)) in my network and it is used as my main Homekit hub and it is displayed "Connected".

I added a HomePod to my network and, as expected, it was automatically configured as a Standy hub.

But, to my surprise, I also have a second Apple TV4 (called Apple TV4), also displayed there as a Standby. I have no idea how it got there and I can't remove it.

Should I worry that my Homepod (or maybe it's a blessing) will never be used as the main hub if Apple TV4 Salon fails?

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