I have about twenty five devices on my Hubitat C5. It's a mix of Zigbee bulbs and outlet switches, a Kasa power bar and three Leviton Z-wave switches (all on outdoor lights. I only bought two of them and Leviton sent me a third in a warranty claim) and one Leviton Z-wave dimmer (on a chandelier). I have had nothing but problems with the Leviton devices and am at a point where I'm just frustrated. I don't really want to throw away more cash, but I'm at a loss. All are set up as Generic Z-wave.
The dimmer, has got "stuck" in the on position and I've been forced to reset it/reinstall it a few times. I actually left it disconnected from the hub at one point for about six months when it worked as a switch but was just unresponsive thru the hub.
Two of the switches work without issue, but one (of course the most important one) is all over the place. It currently won't turn on via a Simple Automation Rule, but will turn off by one. If you ask Google to turn it on, you get a variety of response but mainly that it cannot do it yet then the light turns on anyway.
I understand that four devices probably isn't enough for Z-wave but it boggles my mind that a company expects a blind faith investment in a dozen devices (I've read that here in other threads) to provide a functioning environment. At least they work when you manually hit the physical switch.
So, I'm done with my rant. Any advice or suggestions?