I have a nest doorbell that is hardwired to regular electricity. I don’t recall the device getting hot before but I notice it’s hot to touch now. Is this normal, should the device get hot to touch. It works great, no issues, just the temperature. Many thanks.
Thanks for reaching out. Nest Doorbell (wired) produce heat while they’re on. It’s normal for your camera or doorbell to get warm to the touch, but it’s designed to quickly disperse heat. You can check this article when your Nest camera or doorbell gets hot for more info.
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