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I have three 6" LED wafers and a ceiling fan on the same circuit/switch. I wanted to control them separately, so I installed GOVEE smart lights ((H601A) figuring I could leave the switch turned on and control the lights from my phone and the fan with a remote control.

The fan line comes off the middle LED. If the fan is on everything works fine, but if I turn the fan off the lights flicker and will not connect to the wifi. Everything worked fine with regular LED wafers.

Any thoughts on how to remedy? Might running the fan off the last LED in the series fix things?

Thanks in advance for any suggestions! Richard
 

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