A pin hole reset is a good idea, but be aware that the probable cause of the timeouts is a noisy upstream connection. If it is just that the hub's operating software has been corrupted (eg by a momentary power interruption), then the reset clears the hub's memory and reloads the software and that COULD cure it. It won't do anything other than a few hours at best improvement if the problem is upstream noise, and the few hours respite will be because when the hub is restarted or reset it negotiates a full set of 28 channels, and that usually persists until varying network conditions provoke frequency changes that bring back the noise problem.
So, give it a go, if you have any problems in the next few days come back to this thread, and perhaps re-post the full set of hub status data again. I'm highy confident this will be fixed, but I lean towards the view it will probably require a technician visit.
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