If I understand what you wrote, you haven't created a temperature
schedule for your Nest? (Sorry if I misunderstood.) I think a schedule
would be the best way to get control over this situation. First, make
sure that the "smart" features (Home/Away A...
Google doesn't supply printed manuals. The little articles on the
website are clear, but there are many of them, linked to each other, so
it can be hard to figure out what you want to read (or what you've
already read)."Beginner's Guide":
article explains the Modes available on the Nest, one of which is OFF.
If you scroll down to the 2nd topic, "Switch to Heat, Cool, Heat • Cool,
or Off mode," it tells yo...
There are two ways to do this.1. Set up a schedule on which every set
point calls for the same temperature. Be sure to turn off Home/Away
Assist and/or Presence Sensing, to prevent this "smart feature" from
kicking in with a different temperature.2. ...
What does the Nest's display show that it is trying to do? Does it show
that it knows it's supposed to cool to 73, and that it knows it's hotter
than that currently? Does it show that it's telling the AC to run? Is
your compressor running?Without mor...