I have a nest protect in the hall way, after a few months it started chirping saying sensors had failed. Took.it back to store and got a new unit but after about a week this one has started. Always seems to be when cooking , am I unlucky and have 2 dud units or is it reacting to steam from kitchen?
Thanks for posting here in the community and I'm sorry to hear about your Nest Protect. To confirm, is it like a single chirp every 60 seconds? What is the color of the light from your Nest Protect while going off? Hit this link to know more about the Nest Protect's lights and sounds.
Thanks for the reply it's about everything 60 seconds it chirps, and if I press the the button on it it reads out sensors have failed . Now I don't believe that as this is the 2nd unit doing it, the first one was a few months old and replaced my retailer , the 2nd one started it after about a week.
It seems to only happen when cooking , have a feeling its condensation related as if I move the unit and reset it the error goes for a few days. The smoke alarm is in the same position as every other smoke alarm for the past 20 years .
Just started doing it again even after support taking me through a reset and deleting from app. This really is the most useless smoke detector, don't even think its protecting when it's doing this .
I wanted to stop by and see how I could help.
Thanks for following up, @Ebedia.
@Stethorn, I'm sorry to hear the issue still persists, and I appreciate you trying to find a fix. Let's find out more about what happened.
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Hi all, thanks for your assistance. I took the smoke alarm back to the retailer for a refund. Google support wanted to swap it out, this would have been a 3rd one with the issue . I still have feeling it was update related , but I wasn't prepared to take the risk any longer as I was taking the batteries out every evening putting my family's safety at risk .
Thanks for giving us an update. We’re glad that you got a refund instead. We hear you — rest assured that we'll take note of it. We'll ensure that we'll learn from your experience as we continually improve our products and services. To make sure, do you have other questions or concerns?
No further questions, it would be good to get one again in the future as it was a great product, just wary about having the same issues, the basic smoke detectors are working fine in the same location. Hopefully it was just an update that caused the issue, the problem started in September and noticed an update was pushed in September .
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