I wanted to follow up and see if you are still in need of any help. Please let me know if you are still having any trouble from here, as I would be happy to take a closer look and assist you further.
I am experiencing the same problem. Several times last night, I (manual) set the temp to 68, through both the app and on the physical thermostat. Multiple times, the thermostat adjusted up without any input, almost randomly setting between 69 and as high as 71. I followed all of the suggestions here for correcting the problem, and nothing has stuck. I went so far as performing a full factory reset and removed the thermostat from my account, then added it back on. I disabled everything: Home/Away Assist, Auto-Schedule, Early-On, Cool-to-Dry, Sunblock, Airwave, Eco Temperatures, Fan Schedule. I even went on to disable everything related to Home/Away Assist, turning on proximity to Nest Protects and the thermostat, as well as phone location. The only thing enabled is Safety Temp, with a minimum of 45 set (maximum is disabled). No schedules have been set. After setting the temp to 68 this morning, I thought the problem was fixed. No. In the last hour, the thermostat change the temp up to 70.
This is a problem, and it needs to be fixed. I’ve got a gas furnace, and I have no confidence. I could come home from work tomorrow to discover it’s randomly set up to 75 or 80, and now I’ve got a significant gas charge.
This is a new behavior. Never seen this in the five years I’ve had this thermostat. Some recent software update was botched and needs to be rolled back.
And I was fortunate to actually see the thermostat snap from 50 degrees (where I set it after last post) straight up to 64. +4 minutes. Ripping this thing out in the morning, hoping it doesn’t force me to turn it off and freeze the water pipes before then. Thanks for making me take a vacation day unnecessarily.
I have done everything suggested in this thread. If I turn my air on when I wake up in the morning, my heat is set to 74°. I have removed all of the schedules, I have turned off Eco mode, I have turned off the learning mode. If I set my air to 70°, sometimes I wake up in the middle of the night and it’s back down to 62. No matter what I do my nest dies whatever it wants to do. I am about to rip it off the wall. It is costing me so much money because it has a mind of its own. Even when I lock the thermostat it’s still changes.
I just did the same thing. I turned off auto scheduling, AND I turned off eco mode. However, even with those two off, the green leaf continues showing up. Is eco mode going to do what it wants even though I have it set to off??? The turning off auto schedule worked; however, I wish it made the schedule (when you see all the circles with temps° and lines) where you can select one, and like on phones, have the option to delete series, etc. Just didn't know if you could help with eco mode as well?? Thank you!!
Sorry for the delay. I wanted to follow up and see if you are still in need of any help. Please let me know if you are still having any concerns or questions from here, as I would be happy to take a closer look and assist you further.
It would be helpful if Jeff and Jhonleanmel would help us out here rather than just telling everyone to try suggested steps and “stopping by” this thread. This line of inquiry and frustration is significant and growing. C’mon, Nest, tell us what you, as the manufacturer, advise as to how to SOLVE this problem.
@michaelzjody, thanks for reaching out here in the Community. To confirm, do you have a Nest Renew? Are your Eco and Home / Away assists turned on?
Give these steps a try:
When you turn off Auto-Schedule, your existing schedule will remain but your Nest Thermostat will stop learning from your future adjustments.
In the Nest app:
On your thermostat:
Choose Settings Nest Sense Auto-Schedule Off.
Hit this link for more information and let us know how it goes.
I appreciate your response, Yaacov586 and Ellebeebee.