2 of my three sockets lost connection

I have three sockets with the Wyze cam v3 in the middle and no more than 20 feet to the next socket. After initial setup and confirming all three worked together, I programmed them to turn on one hour before sunset, and off one hour after sunrise. After a couple of weeks, the south light just stayed on continuously and could not be controlled by the app. Then a week later the north one did the same. The socket with Wyze cam connected remains functioning by program and app. Any ideas on how to reconnect? I looked for a way to unpair the sockets and start from scratch, but could not find that either. In all, not super impressed with the sockets…

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Force close the app and see if that helps

Yep. That didn’t do anything. I was about to completely uninstall the camera and sockets, but ran out of time. Had shut the switches off earlier and turned them on for the night until I could get back at it. Decided to try controlling with the app one more time… this time it worked! I had tried power cycling before for a couple minutes but it didn’t work then. Not sure why it worked now…. We’ll see how it continues to work…

Let me know what happens keep me updated …thanks

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So far so good! I haven’t had a problem with connectivity since. I’m kind of wondering if cold weather caused some problems. We were down to negative 10’s (F) for a few days around the time problems showed up. I’ll keep an eye for n changes nice we hit mid Feb. usually have sub zero temps (F) then.

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I’ve been constantly having the same issue since I installed my two sockets, súper close one from the other, it gets fixed for a while when I power cycle but eventually the one that has not the camera on it will simply disconnect and stay turned on for the most part until I power cycle again, it’s annoying since i have them in a place I’m not usually at