Hi,Our Gen 3 Heat link has failed. We need a new unit. I have fully
tested the unit and it has 240v to it and the thermostat is ok. There is
no LED on, and pushing the button makes no difference. The problem
started with Heat link losing coms with th...
I like it cold at night, but Nest thinks I'm more interested in saving
money. I've gone through every setting to make nest a 'dumb' thermostat
but it seems to be winning.Is there a way to command Nest to accept my
set temperature and make it cold?I'm...
My current thermostat display is blank, but still working. I decided to
buy a Nest for ease of control while I am away from home.I wired up the
system according to what I thought was correct and I get hot (heated)
air when the A/C should be working. ...
I am installing a Nest thermostat to replace a two wire Honeywell. I
replaced the original wiring with 8/5. I have no trouble wiring the
thermostat. The problem came in the furnace. The gas furnace has five
wiring slots: G, Com 24V, W, Y, and R. I wi...
The nest has lost connection to the heat link thermostat control. The
heat link is showing no lights so when following the instructions I
can’t reset and restart the heatlink to reconnect it. How do I restart
the heat link to have power? Thanks
Lost wifi connection and then my thermostat froze. I read about removing
it and re-adding it. I went to re add it and it asked for my passcode on
the thermostat. I can't remember the passcode on the thermostat. I can't
re add it to the app without th...
My Trane thermostat has 6 wires. Green wire going to G, Brown going to
Y2, yellow to Y1, White to 0, Blue to B/C, and Red to RH. Jumper wire
from RH to RC. My unit has a 2 speed variable speed compressor. Will the
Nest work? Thanks Ted Bonner