I purchased a MyQ Smart Garage Hub, model MYQ-G0301. I was able to set this up easily and control it with my iPhone X, iOS 12.1. I decided to purchase the MyQ Home Bridge, model MYQ-G0303-SP, so I could control my garage door with Siri. I received the home bridge, which has been the worst HomeKit setup experience I have had so far, but I was able to get Siri to open and close my garage door. By the way, I have an excellent WiFi signal in my garage. Since I was able to open/close the garage door using Siri, I figured I would have no additional problems. However when I went to open the door in the morning using Siri, Siri said the door was opening but the door did not open. I tried opening the door with the Home app and MyQ app but the door would not open. I opened the door using the wall mounted panel which worked. I commanded Siri to close the door which worked. I then commanded Siri to open the door and it worked again. I thought I was set until I needed to open the garage door again. Again, Siri, Home app, and MyQ app could not open the door. I tried the wall panel again to open the door followed by Siri to close the door. This worked. I waited hours to see if I needed to replicate this process. Sure enough, I did. From my observerations, it seems like the MyQ Home Bridge is unable to wake the garage door motor resulting in Siri, Home app, and MyQ app failure. It is only after I wake the garage door motor via the wall panel that I can use Siri (for a short period of time). This cannot be the expected functionality as it completely defeats the purpose. How can I fix this issue so Siri commands to the MyQ Home Bridge will wake my garage door motor to open/close the garage door?