I had three false alarms last night with our Nest smoke alarm and according to this thread, it seems like this is likely due to the rain. This is really not acceptable. This humidity is nothing out the ordinary and the alarms are traumatizing our dogs and guests in the middle of the night. I have cleaned the unit and it doesn't help. Please advise how I might fix or can return these units.
@kovocked thanks for posting here in the community. I know how confusing it is when you have false alarms. Let's go ahead and see what we can do here. To confirm, is this the first time that it happened? Does the issue only happens at night?
Give these steps a try:
Keep us posted.
I appreciate the help, Brad.
Thanks for getting back to us. We wanted to make sure that everything is covered here. Could you give us an update about the troubleshooting steps we've provided? Were you able to try performing a safety checkup or reset your Nest Protect to the factory default?
Looking forward to your response.