Sengled power plug

I have 9 of these and only one is doing this. Under the zigbee page it has thousands of msg when everything else has less than 100.

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:20.259 PMinfoskipped- attribute:0000, value:0000000015A0, status:null

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:20.255 PMdebugdescMap:[raw:0B8401070212000025A01500000000, dni:0B84, endpoint:01, cluster:0702, size:12, attrId:0000, encoding:25, command:0A, value:0000000015A0, clusterInt:1794, attrInt:0]

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:14.757 PMinfoskipped- attribute:0000, value:00000000159F, status:null

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:14.753 PMdebugdescMap:[raw:0B84010702120000259F1500000000, dni:0B84, endpoint:01, cluster:0702, size:12, attrId:0000, encoding:25, command:0A, value:00000000159F, clusterInt:1794, attrInt:0]

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:09.254 PMinfoskipped- attribute:0000, value:00000000159E, status:null

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:09.250 PMdebugdescMap:[raw:0B84010702120000259E1500000000, dni:0B84, endpoint:01, cluster:0702, size:12, attrId:0000, encoding:25, command:0A, value:00000000159E, clusterInt:1794, attrInt:0]

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:03.757 PMinfoskipped- attribute:0000, value:00000000159D, status:null

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:03.751 PMdebugdescMap:[raw:0B84010702120000259D1500000000, dni:0B84, endpoint:01, cluster:0702, size:12, attrId:0000, encoding:25, command:0A, value:00000000159D, clusterInt:1794, attrInt:0]

dev:652023-05-12 08:16:58.453 PMinfoskipped- attribute:0000, value:00000000159C, status:null

dev:652023-05-12 08:16:58.448 PMdebugdescMap:[raw:0B84010702120000259C1500000000, dni:0B84, endpoint:01, cluster:0702, size:12, attrId:0000, encoding:25, command:0A, value:00000000159C, clusterInt:1794, attrInt:0]

dev:652023-05-12 08:16:52.793 PMinfoskipped- attribute:0000, value:00000000159B, status:null

dev:652023-05-12 08:16:52.788 PMdebugdescMap:[raw:0B84010702120000259B1500000000, dni:0B84, endpoint:01, cluster:0702, size:12, attrId:0000, encoding:25, command:0A, value:00000000159B, clusterInt:1794, attrInt:0]

Zigbee logs
dev:652023-05-12 08:19:15.381 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:19:09.935 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:19:04.592 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:59.048 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:53.602 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:88, lastHopRssi:-78

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:48.153 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:92, lastHopRssi:-77

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:42.604 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:37.158 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:31.612 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:26.268 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:88, lastHopRssi:-78

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:20.722 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:15.177 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:09.728 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:18:04.182 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:88, lastHopRssi:-78

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:58.756 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:53.228 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:47.749 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:84, lastHopRssi:-79

dev:652023-05-12 08:17:42.302 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:80, lastHopRssi:-80

Did you try out any other drivers with it? I accidentally enabled more frequent reporting with a user driver. If you factory reset it and pair it again that should clear out any settings. Make sure you set it back to the system driver before pairing it again.

Wow changed it to a generic switch and back to an outlet again and it is working. Thanks!!!

Problem remains :frowning:

Did you try doing a reset on it and then pairing it again? It will attach to the same device so there is no harm in trying. Found this online: https://support.sengled.com/hc/en-us/articles/360009014614-How-do-I-reset-the-Sengled-Smart-Plug

How do I reset the Sengled Smart Plug?

You should only reset the plug if it will not pair with your Smart Home Hub.
Here are the directions for factory reset.

  1. Keep the Wireless Smart Plug plugged in the wall outlet.
  2. Hold the power button and count for 8-15 seconds then release it.
  3. You should see the blue indicator LED blink 5 times and hear a clicking noise. After that, the blue indicator LED will flash slowly, which indicates a factory reset is done successfully. From here, try to re-add it to your hub.

Tip: If the Wireless Smart Plug doesnโ€™t respond to reset, please manually click the power button to turn it on, and then perform a reset.

Thank you just tried that it is still doing it every 5 seconds.

I moved it a little closer to the hub and it stopped.

Back every 5 seconds;

2023-05-13 01:21:22.324 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:148, lastHopRssi:-63

2023-05-13 01:21:16.882 PMinfoprofileId:0x104, clusterId:0x702, sourceEndpoint:1, destinationEndpoint:1 , groupId:0, lastHopLqi:144, lastHopRssi:-64

Maybe some sleuth can figure this out but as for me I am stumped. I was able to resolve it with a Sengled gen 1 plug I had.

Some other things I tried.

Swapped the gen 2 plug for another new one and the problem still existed.

When I unplugged the filter problem would go away on both plugs I tried.

Tried the filter in another same gen 2 plug in the same outlet that is used for a lamp and no spamming happened ruling out the filter.