There are a couple of instances where the LED on the Switch will blink orange to indicate that the product can no longer connect to the Wi-Fi network.
Instance 1 - The Wi-Fi network is temporarily unavailable:
The LED will blink orange when the Wi-Fi network the Switch was paired to has become unavailable. If this is the case, then the LED will return to normal once the internet is restored.
If the Switch does not automatically reconnect after internet access is restored, unplug the Switch and plug it back in.
Instance 2 - A change has been made to the Wi-Fi network:
When changes are made to the network name, password, or new a new router is installed, products must be reset and set up again to connect to the new network. Follow the steps below to reset your Switch and set it up again:
Note: Resetting the device will remove all pairings, schedules, and scenes associated with this product.
For pairing with iOS devices, be sure you have the Quick Start guide that came with the Switch. If you no longer have the Quick Start guide, unplug the Switch and write down the 8-digit HomeKit™ pairing code shown on its back label. This pairing code will be needed later to set the Switch up again.
- Delete the Switch from the iDevices app:
- For iOS: Tap on the Switch name, then tap the product name again in the upper left-hand corner, scroll down and tap “Delete Accessory.”
- For Android: Tap on the Switch, then tap the 3 dots in the upper right-hand corner, tap “Edit Product,” scroll down and tap “Delete Product.”
- With the Switch plugged in, hold down the side button until the LED light rapidly flashes red.
- Continue holding the button for an additional 5 seconds.
- Let go of the button.
- The Switch LED light should continually flash blue. This is an indication that the Switch is ready for pairing.
- Open the iDevices Connected app and follow the on-screen directions to set your Switch up again.