I have an old 1st gen wired Nest Protect I'm looking to replace with a
2nd gen.I can't see an easy way to remove the old wires from the push-in
connectors that were installed with the old 1st gen protect. Does anyone
know how to remove the old push i...
Howdy. We currently have three battery Protects (2nd gen) in our home
and are in the process of renovating an attached living space for my
mother to live with us. It looks like the electrician (probably by code)
wired two connections for smoke detect...
We have two EVs in our attached garage and have no intention of buying
any gas cars in the future.I'd like to add a Nest Protect in the garage
to detect any fires from electrical issues with either the charging
circuit or the cars; not worried about ...
I am trying to set up a Google home nest with an iPhone. I have a Gmail
account and have linked my phone and the Google home nest with the same
Wi-Fi Location. The phone however is not connected to a cellular
service. It is simply a phone that can ac...
My Nest Protect started a low battery chirping. I opened the battery
compartment to remove the batteries and they were scorching hot. I
couldn't even touch them. They were the energise lithium batteries
recommended for the device. I am worried it cou...