02-27-2017 08:21 PM
03-15-2017 09:19 AM
Send us an email at WemoCares@belkin.com and we'll have our technicians check it out. Include the link to this thread for our reference.
05-07-2017 04:16 AM - edited 05-07-2017 04:28 AM
Found this thread while researching why my WeMo light switch and lamp switch are now blinking amber. Same issue as pointed out by others in this thread..
I had a firmware update come through about two weeks ago (maybe that didi it). I can control the switches with the WeMo app so it is connected to the network. Also, they are on a schedule (sunset to sunrise, set time, etc.) and that seems to work fine. I have done a power restart, no help there. Checked network signal strenght at the switch faceplate and it is adequate.
Suggestions (other than those already here (been tried)?
05-07-2017 11:13 PM
You mentioned that you've performed a power restart, is this including your Wemo devices and router? If it's just the Wemo device, please try including the router. Get back to us with the results.
05-10-2017 04:49 PM
Resetting the router did stop the blinking yellow light. Not sure why this worked but it did. All my WiFi devices in the home worked fine, including the WeMo, prior to resetting the router. I could control the devices with the WeMo app and they all ran on schedule, just that the yellow LED kept blinking. Now it is all back to normal.
Just curious as to why? Were the WeMo working in my network but not being able to access the external web? All my other devices did have web access.
05-11-2017 10:53 AM - edited 05-11-2017 10:58 AM
That is an odd situation as a blinking yellow light indicates that the switch is not connected to the network. It is possible that there's a part of the new firmware that was not properly installed but if the same thing happens, we'll have our 2nd Level Support team look into this. Just shoot us an email at WemoCares@belkin.com with your contact details and the link to this post for our reference.
05-31-2017 02:59 AM
Make sure that:
Get back to us with the results and observations. We want to get a better grasp on how your network functions.