Okay so I have royally screwed up my entire ecosystem of Apple products. The last several weeks my iPad has been unable to connect to my WiFi at home. I tried everything; resetting network settings on the iPad, changing my SSID and network password, I checked the blocked devices list for my router, everything. My iPad still doesn't work on my home WiFi, but that's besides the point. In changing my network settings, my HomePod was disconnected from my WiFi and now she just keeps telling me "Sorry, I'm having WiFi issues. Open the HomeKit app for more information." However all the HomeKit app tells me is that it is unable to connect to the device. I tried resetting it by unplugging it and holding my finger on top until the three beeps per the instructions online and that did not resolve the issue either. The next thing I read online was that you can restore your HomePod by deleting it from HomeKit. So I did that. However now I feel that I have only made the problem worse. I have essentially bricked my HomePod. When I try to hold my phone near it to bring up the setup menu it still doesn't work. I'm not sure how to fix it! The damn thing doesn't have a single button or a screen or anything which leaves me feeling very lost. So now I have a HomePod and an iPad that do not properly work. If anyone has any suggestions on how to restore the HomePod or get it to reconnect to WiFi, I would greatly appreciate them. Thanks!