Item predicted to become OFF

After migrating to OH3 there are some items behaving strange:

2020-12-02 09:48:35.523 [ome.event.ItemCommandEvent] - Item 'AI_Lock_Malou' received command ON
2020-12-02 09:48:35.952 [nt.ItemStatePredictedEvent] - Item 'AI_Lock_Malou' predicted to become OFF

After each ON command they turn back to OFF.

Even deleting and recreating them does not work with the equal name.
Creating a new item with another name does work properly.

What does that predicted means?

some of physical devices need time to report actual status back to openHAB, therefore openHAB tries to predict what could be the status. It was done in first place to give the user an immediate response in the UI.
you can switch off prediction by adding autoupdate=“false” to your item, e.g.

Switch Garage_Gate {binding="xxx", autoupdate="false"}

took from here

Thank you for your answer.
These Items don’t belong to physical devices.
But even if I would not understand why a command ON results in a predicted state OFF?!?

What is the autoupdate setting on these Items? There was a report over on the M4 release discussion thread indicating there might be a bug with the setting for autoupdate, though maybe autoupdate itself is broken.

It worked now after I changed autoupdate to force=true