My+blue+tooth+is+not+finding+my+hub?

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My Bluetooth can not find my hub. What can I do. It was connected befor I installed in garage so I know my phone recognized it.
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Andy

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Jim

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The Hub's blue LED must be blinking on and off for the iPhone's bluetooth to find the Hub's bluetooth.

If the Hub's LEDs are green LED blinking on/off or both the blue and green LEDs blinking on/off, then press and hold the Hub's Setting (gear symbol) for at least six seconds until the blue LED is blinking on/off.  (This will erase the Hub's current Wi-Fi settings.)

If the Hub's blue LED is blinking on/off and the iPhone cannot find the Hub's bluetooth, turn the iPhone's Bluetooth off and then back on to reset the iPhone's bluetooth.  Wait up to a minute or so for the iPhone to find the Hub's bluetooth.

If Hub's blue LED is blinking on/off and the iPhone can still not find the Hub's bluetooth, use the "All other mobile devices" method to setup the Hub's Wi-Fi (the "all" method also works with iPhones, iPads, etc.).
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I have tried this - the unit blue and green light continues to blink, I have also turned turned off and on the unit several times.   any thoughts on how to proceed from here???   Thx