Does anyone know how or if it is possible to calibrate Nest Thermostats and/or Temperature Sensors? I just purchased a (3) pack of Nest Temperature Sensors which are all consistently reading 3-4 degrees below the thermostat temperature when they are all temporarily installed on the wall within 12" of the thermostat.
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When your system and thermostat are working normally, there can be a small difference between what the app and your Google Nest Thermostat show and the temperature you feel.
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Still needing help. I have done every reset of the temperature sensors and it shows “can’t find” then a temperature of 32° when it is 68° in the house. My sensor is 3 feet from the control unit. All three sensors are having the same problem.
Hi ryan i am have a similar issue i just installed my nest learning And the internal temp sensor says its 74 in the house but bu using my old thermo which i know is accurate its off by 5-6 degrees to high
I wanted to check in and see if you are still in need of any help with your device. Please let me know, as I would be happy to assist, and answer any questions you may have.
My device continues to have a mind of its own and run after the desired temperature is reached or kick on randomly. I DO NOT have it in learning mode---I set it and leave it at the desired temperature, but that doesn't seem to matter. This has to be the most annoying piece of technology that is definitely not saving me any money by running my AC non-stop.
Jake--not sure if you got my last response, but it sounds like with the resources you provided, I need to get an electrician to look at the issue, so I understand you are locking the thread and thanks for the resources--TBD if eventually the system will work correctly.
I am sorry to hear that, and glad to be of help. I will go ahead and lock the thread at this time. If you still have trouble once the electrician comes out, please feel free to create a new post at any time. We would be glad to troubleshoot further, and ensure you are good to go.
i am having similar issue. ill have it set at 76 and then when the AC kick ons it will say its 78 and cooling will take hours to drop 2 degrees. had a professional check my system out and everything is good on the unit side and the only thing left to change is the thermostat itself. From what i researched the latest update was years ago so it cant be a software issue. i live in texas and our electrical provider gives a $65 instant rebate on a new thermostat so ill be replacing mine and seeing what happens.
I have a problem where my ambient temperature is running 5 to 6 degree's higher than the actual temperature. Tried resetting multiple times and nothing fixes it. Also having issues with sensor turning on display as we walk by. I give up with this one. Google is not providing support for this defective thermostat and it is only 1 year old.