The small LED light on your Loop Hub will display different colours during installation and to indicate possible faults.
The small LED light (indicated by the yellow arrow in the diagram above) will display different coloured lights during installation as it establishes a connection with your router, the Internet and our servers. Following successful installation and if it is working correctly, it will display only a continuous blue light.
Lights seen during installation
Your Hub has power but is indicating that it does not have a confirmed physical connection to your router. During installation, it will be followed by a flashing red light.
Your Hub has power and is confirming an ethernet cable has been connected between it and your router. During installation, this will be followed by a flashing white light.
Your Hub has power, is physically connected to your router and is now confirming that it has an active network connection to your router. During installation this will be followed by a solid blue light.
Your Hub is now working as expected with active connection to your router, the internet and Loop servers. This should display brightly for the first 1-2 mins then dim.
The Hub has power and has confirmed a connection to your home router network. But it is indicating that it is not able to establish a connection to the Loop servers. Please launch the Troubleshooting tool for more help.
After installation if the light changes colour it may indicate action is required
Flashing/Solid Red or White
If the light changes to flashing/solid RED or WHITE during normal use and after a successful installation, please launch the Troubleshooting tool for more help.
Your Hub has lost communication with your Clip - follow instructions here to resolve.
Your Hub is upgrading its firmware. This should only last for approximately 30 secs whilst it overwrites the previous firmware version with the new update. If the yellow light persists for more than 15 minutes please contact Support.