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False Alarm

LenSchendel
Community Member

One of my Nest Protects alerted me to smoke in one of our bedrooms while I was out-of-town; around 8:30 in the evening.  Luckily a neighbor was able to confirm it was a false alarm and was able to silence it for me.  I received another alert the next morning around 7 AM of another smoke alert, but the time stamp was 2:40 AM.  The neighbor again confirmed it was a false alarm and so I asked for him to remove the batteries.  Another device then started to alert that its batteries were low (presumably because they had been sounding all night) so I had him remove those as well.  Continued to get the respective alerts until I removed both devices from the app.  Why would all this happen, and why on the one night I was able to be out-of-town?!

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