I have a 3rd Gen. thermostat that’s displaying an H71 error after
working normally for well over a year, and thermostat not moved. The
heat link has no light, and pressing/holding the button does nothing.
The boiler has been power cycled, no change. ...
When I try to add the nest in the home app it asks if I have a old nest
account and I say no and then it asks me to agree to the nest terms of
service which I do but then it says there’s an error and won’t add the
new nest thermostat to the Home app....
Hello everyone!I have Google Nest thermostats at home (electric, forced
air) and at my weekend house (gas, in-floor).I have my primary house set
up to ECO on fridays at 9pm, and back to COMFORT by sunday at 9pm.And my
secondary house to Comfort on fr...
My Google Nest thermostat was reporting it was not receiving power, and
could not connect to the heat link. Checked the heat link, which is
receiving 240V power, no lights at any time, and nothing happened when
trying to reset to factory defaults. I'...
I have an extra wire that I’m worried about where it will go when I
install. I think it’s an AUX wire but it was previously labeled “E”?
Current thermostat doesn’t use the wire labeled “C” but it’s there and
taped. I’m going to post a pic
We have had our Nest for 7 years, all fine until now. it is connected
via Heat Link to a Honeywell wall control. When activating the
thermostat (turning it up) you can hear the Heat Link click, but this
does not fire the heating. Can I assume it is t...
Hi, Recently acquired a Nest Temperature Sensor to add to one of my Nest
Thermostat 3rd generation and when I try to add it on the Nest App, I
always get the message that my Thermostat needs to be update first.
Check the SW version and I have 6.2-22....
Hi.At the moment I have a Worcester Greenstar 42CDi, connected via wifi
to a battery powered Digistat thermostat.I'm thinking of installing the
Nest Learning Thermostat.Do I still need to install the Heat Link, as
the boiler seems to have a wi-fi con...