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Question OPT7 Aura Interior Light Kit: Randomly Changes Color

Has anyone with the Aura kit experienced the module randomly changed colors when it's on any solid color mode setting?
For instance, when I have red on, the system randomly changes to white, orange, etc...
I already switched the OPT7 module with another, but the same problem occurs.
I used the supplied fuse tap adapter, and plugged in F.Outlet; the fuse adapter is snug in the slot, so I don't think it's a loose connection.
Not sure what could be the problem.
OPT7 claims their module is shielded against other wireless signals, but that is the only thing I can think is causing the problem.

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Has anyone with the Aura kit experienced the module randomly changed colors when it's on any solid color mode setting?
For instance, when I have red on, the system randomly changes to white, orange, etc...
I already switched the OPT7 module with another, but the same problem occurs.
I used the supplied fuse tap adapter, and plugged in F.Outlet; the fuse adapter is snug in the slot, so I don't think it's a loose connection.
Not sure what could be the problem.
OPT7 claims their module is shielded against other wireless signals, but that is the only thing I can think is causing the problem.

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That is odd. I have had the kit installed since around November and haven't had any problems yet. Interference would be the first thing that comes to mind with your issue. Double-check all connections to the control box and fuse tap adapter. I searched for "interference" in amazon reviews for this product and 2 people had similar issues. If you haven't done so already, wrap electrical tape around the ends of the wire that taps into the door wire (if you're not using it). See if that helps.
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