The Google Nest was recently installed by the Pro technician that is sent out for installation. The first day everything was working normal, heating was on and warming our house to 70/71F. Around the third day the breaker kept tripping for the thermostat.
I have a Honeywell Furnace that asks for double pole breakers. L1/L2 is 60A and L3/L4 is 25A. Currently L2 is on a 60 and L3 is on a 25.
With the knowledge that I have now, I noticed the Nest is asking for 20-30V, could that be the reason the 25A breaker is tripping?
I can turn the breaker on and the thermostat will turn on, kick the furnace on and blow heat but after 5-10mins it will trip again and the furnace will start to die down.
I was able to find a unusual fix by just removing the nest base off the wall and that seemed to do the trick. I will plug it back in to set the temp and turn it on and then disconnect the nest from the wall and the breaker will not trip unless I leave it connected to the wall for more than 20mins. Any thoughts or help would be appreciated.