I recently received two KP-115s from BLT. I decided to put one on my brand new washer (see my thread about modern washers being detected) but there was a problem. I already had a HS-110 on my dryer since my original washer was detected. The 115 doesn’t fit with a 110 on the other outlet. I looked to see by how much they were off, and it wasn’t much, less than a half inch. I decided to modify the 110 to remove its chin and have it fit. I looked up the internals via this teardown: https://www.edn.com/teardown-a-wi-fi-smart-plug-for-home-automation/
but got a piece of info wrong. I saw that one board had an open bottom, so “knew” I had room to spare on the bottom. I used a miter saw to remove the bottom half inch…until I sliced into part of the main board. Looks like all I did was sever two copper leads, but the unit is dead. I plugged it in to see what would happen, and thankfully there was no fire or even sparks, the breaker didn’t even trip, the unit is just stone cold dead.
If anyone wants a completely dead, easy to disassemble HS-110, let me know. Maybe we can cobble two dead units together into one functional one. I’m thinking positively, now this gives Sense more time to natively detect the dryer motor.