Yes, still no solution to this problem. Spent several hours with Google Tech support and they were going to duplicate the problem and then get back to me with a solution. No one ever got back to me.
The problem is I have a smartplug that is controlled by a routine set up in Google Home. The routine works partially. It will turn the smart plug on. It will then issue a voice confirmation that it turned the smart plug on. It does not send the text message that is called for in the routine. If the delay command is set to less than an hour, it will turn the smart plug off. If the delay command is set to any exact number of hours, it will turn the smart plug off, but it does not send the text confirmation. If the delay is set for any number of hours and minutes, it will not turn the smart plug off. So there is a bug in the Google Home delay command. It would be great if someone could fix the bug, or explain how to work around the bug. I need my smart plug to turn off after 3 hours and 30 minutes, not 3 hours and not 4 hours. I'm controlling a water distillery and at 4 hours the still runs dry, but at 3 hours, it does not distill most of the water.
Here are links to the screen shots showing the setup:
Thanks for any help you can provide.
Sorry for the late response.
I appreciate all the details you've shared and I can see that you tried a series of troubleshooting steps regarding this. Let's make sure to do these steps before we reset your Google Home.
Go to https://bit.ly/3KCSpCc
From the options menu select other google activity
Scroll all the way to the bottom
You’ll see Google Assistant Routines and a delete button
Tap delete and confirm
After this, let's set up your Google Home device, and set it up in a new home structure. Create a new routine and let's see if this resolves the issue.
Keep us posted.
I appreciate all the details you've shared.
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