This is my second Nest with the same issue. First was replaced under
warranty but the same problem persists. It’s a 3rd Gen thermostat. unit
was professionally installed 3 years ago with a new HVAC system. The
thermostat is usually set to Eco mode, b...
I’m the OP. Still no solution. I’ve had a pro installer look at it
multiple times, I’ve replaced the unit twice,I have all learning modes
set to off. No auto scheduling. I’ve put a box over it on the wall. and
it still happens.
My issue started after a new HVAC install, too. That’s also when the
Nest was installed. I’ve now had 4 different (non-nest) thermostats and
had the same issue. It’s not the Nest. It’s something to do with the
HVAC system or wiring. My HVAC company h...
For me at least, it was not the Nest. I’ve now had 4 other thermostats
now, and I still have the same problem. My HVAC company has never seen
anything like this. I got a new HVAC system at the time I got the Nest.
The house was not required for the n...
For anyone following, the company that installed my new HVAC system 3
years ago (along with my original Nest) replaced the Nest with a
bare-bones Honeywell unit and the problem didn’t go away. So the Nest
was never the problem. They’re coming out to ...
UPDATE: Google support said that the Nest requires all wiring to be
solid copper, not stranded wire. My main wire from the furnace to my
thermostat is stranded wire. So instead of paying $250 to have a new
wire run, I am opting to replace my Nest wit...