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The Nest is a programmable, internet-enabled thermostat

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Nest thermostat - combi boiler and UFH set up question

We recently had some work done, a new open plan room, a new boiler and underfloor heating (UFH) put in. We had some confusion, a lot of which comes from not having a basic understanding of how the ...
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Why is my indoor A/C Blower randomly turning on and off only with Nest?

I recently purchased a Nest Thermostat (3rd Generation). My old thermostat was working perfectly. I wired Nest the Same exact wiring as the old thermostat which is : Y1 W1 G RH RC. With Nest, the ...
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How should my third-generation Nest thermostat be connected?

I have an old Honeywell Q674 thermostat with mercury in the house we just moved into. I'm attempting to upgrade to the nest 3rd generation thermostat, however the wiring labels are VERY different. ...
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Can't get 3rd Gen Nest to power fan on Trane XR95 furnace

I have a Trane XR95 furnace and I replaced my original Honeywell Pro 4000 thermostat with a 3rd gen. Nest. I noticed, however, after installing the Nest that I can't get the fan to run on its own ...
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No power in r line after changed thermostat

I have a carrier furnace 2008, just changed my old thermostat to new nest thermostat, forgot to turn off the power. Now I have no power on my r line, checked short fuse still good, red light in front ...
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Central Heat Won't Turn On When I Raise the Temperature on Nest Thermostat

I'm sure my heater is working. It's 47 degrees outside, and I'm only a little cool inside. My Nest thermostat is set to 67 degrees. The screen on my app (which agrees with the thermostat) is shown ...
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Which terminal should I connect it to for a “C” wire on an american standard AM4A0A30

I'm trying to connect a 3rd gen Nest thermostat. I have a 2 zoned heat and 1 zone AC. The zone with this thermostat has a boiler wired Rw, W1 and HVAC wired Rc, G, Y1. It's summer so I'm only using ...
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Is my Nest thermostat wired correctly?

I've been having issues like the heat pump not heating. Now that it's hot outside, my A/C isn't working. Can someone tell me if my Nest thermostat is even wired correctly? If it helps any, here is ...
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Where does the E wire go on a Nest thermostat?

Have Honeywell Pro 3000 TH3210D thermostat. It has 7 wires hooked up to a 2 heat/1 cool system. E Aux Y G O R C. Where does the E wire go on the Nest?Does the Aux wire go on W1 or W2?
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How do I add a Venstar Add-A-Wire to my Lenox G12D2-82 furnace?

So I have a Nest Gen 3 thermostat and I am in need of a C wire. I have a Lenox G12D2-82 furnace. I have 4 wire set up. The Venstar makes 4 into 5 wires. I have a fan heat cool and power wires. There ...
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Nest Doorbell not ringing indoor chime

I recently picked up the doorbell from Nest, the Nest Hello and set it up. One issue that I'm running into is what wires should be used when trying to make it work with the indoor chime. The ...
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Bedroom Radiator not operating properly

We have two nest thermostats installed over a month ago and i am not sure the issue was after or before the installation of nest thermostat. We have two zones of heating installed in our house.One is ...
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Nest E thermostat on ancient 2-wire Bryant boiler system with 2 zonesq

I have a 2-zone hydronic system running off an ancient Bryant boiler. Power is supplied by a 24V transformer, and each red wire passes through a Taco zone valve before heading off to the appropriate ...
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Compressor running, Condenser Fan isn't after Reversing Valve de-energizes?

I installed a newer version of my existing Nest Stat about a week ago. I haven't had any known issues but I do work too much to really tell. However, today my breaker was tripped to the unit. After ...
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I have 2 wire going into R, how should i connect to nest?

I'm installing a Nest thermostat: How do i connect the blue and red wire? Nest tech said i have two transformer.. do i split them into RH, and Rc?
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Is Nest 3rd Gen Thermostat compatible as a replacement for Honeywell TH3110D1008

I have an Ultra-Zone EWC-ST-2E controller unit for my gas AC unit at home (heating and cooling). It is set for two zones. Where the first zone has to be on (heating or cooling) in order to enable to ...
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Adding C-Wire for Nest to Triple Aquastat Relay L8148J

Need some extra eyes and advice on how to add a common wire to our current boiler setup. We have a Triple Aquastat L8148E that has 2 wire that connect to our thermostat. Like many before me, I'm ...
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Thermostat has two wires going into C terminal

Trying to help my dad install his new Nest thermostat - for some reason his thermostat has two wires going into the C terminal. I've searched and cannot find any other question about a setup like ...
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How can I use home automation with hot water heating radiators?

My apartment (in a condo building) is currently using stationary PTACs (using electricity and hot water), which I'm planning to replace with a split-level A/C system (for cooling) and hot water ...
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Honeywell Thermostat to Nest E Dehumidification

I am trying to replace my Honeywell Prestige IAQ thermostats. I noticed that my downstairs thermostat has a dehumidification option (upstairs shows no such option). I checked the wiring at the ...
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Nest + opentherm + zone valve

I have a Nest 3G, I'm now considering to change my boiler due to age-related issues. Can someone tell me if I can connect the Heat-Link to both zone-valve (on/off contacts) and boiler (OpenTherm). I ...
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Smart Thermostat (Nest, Honeywell or Ecobee) from KMC wiring?

I moved into a 1br condo recently and was looking to update the thermostat to Nest (or other Smart home thermostat). The current thermostat model is KMC and when I took off the casing, the wiring does ...
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Running Airwave/Fan schedule with Nest (With Fresh air intake HVAC)

I am trying to make sure I am understanding the research/studies behind using just the fan to help reduce energy to cool/heat home. Nest has the option to set a schedule to run the fan in home to ...
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Nest thermostat - electrical buzzing/humming noise

I have recently installed two nest thermostats (the black gen 3, and white model E). The system is gas radiator heat wired to the model E via the usual Rh and W wires, and Rh, Rc, Y, G, W wired to the ...
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AWB and Nest v3 OpenTherm

I have read the installation guide and the Dutch installation guide has this schema: My boiler is an AWB ThermoElegance 6 which support opentherm. This Dutch picture is from the AWB installation ...
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Where to install C wire?

I need to run new thermostat wire since I don't have a C wire to power my smart thermostat, but need some guidance on where to hook it up. I have five wires at my thermostat, two going back to my ...
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Weathertron Xl1200 to Nest Thermostat

We have a Trane Weathertron Xl1200 heating pump with the thermostat pictured below and are trying to replace it with our new Nest thermostat. Our old system has a variable speed air handler and we ...
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Nest E without common wire stuck in purge loop as soon as the Rheem heat furnace ignites

I have a honeywell hz432 and just installed a few NEST thermostats with a common wire and they seem to run fine. I added another NEST E thermostat, but this one didn't have a common wire, and when it ...
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Nest 3rd Gen 24VAC two transformer issue

Hopefully this will finally solve the issue with my Nest. I bought a Nest 3rd Gen Learning Thermostat and followed the instructions to the tee. I have a two transformer system (Forced Air A/C and ...
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Fan Blows Constantly Even With C Wire

Nest stated that my furnace only set up (we have an evap cooler) would work with their Nest E product. I self installed only two wires, R and W. The heating works; however, the fan always blows ...
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Nest thermostat installation to furnace and heat pump

We have T874G1196 thermostat by york (can only find honeywell documentation) MB7BM-1200K-B air handler H8HK015H-21 electric heater Thermopump (heating and cooling) We want to connect it to a nest ...
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How to identify a c wire?

I have 3 wires coming out from the wall at my new house (red, white, blue). It is a water boiler heat only system. The tstat was already removed unfortunately. I thought the blue wire was the C wire, ...
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Can a Nest work in my setup (or am I stuck with Lyric, as they claim)?

Before crucifying me for the subjective question let me clarify that my question is quite specific if you read on. I bought an old home with bad insulation and a 55-year-old furnace 3 months ago. I ...
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Need C wire for Nest thermostat with zones. From zone panel to thermostats?

If I have a C wire connected from the furnace to the zone panel (but not to the thermostats), do I only need to run new C wires from the zone panel to the thermostats?
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Nest Thermostat E and OpenTherm

On nest.com it's possible to find out that the 3rd generation Nest Learning Thermostat supports OpenTherm protocol to communicate with a central heating boiler. Does the cheaper (and the very recent) ...
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How can I tell if my furnace common wire is “properly grounded”?

I've been experiencing occasional short cycling of my A/C compressor (turns on/off quickly several times in a row) and Nest senior support is speculating that my common wire may not be properly ...
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Nest for this setup

Is this the correct wiring setup for nest.
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Need Help on Adding a Common Wire for Nest

I recently purchased a Nest thermostat. After couple weeks of usage, the Nest is constantly shut down due to low battery. I search online that adding a common wire is the go solution for this. However,...
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NEST thermostat for hydronic floor heating: the three wire setup

I'm trying to install a 2nd generation Nest thermostat for my hydronic floors. So it's only meant for heating and not for cooling. Someone else removed the old thermostat a long time ago so I don't ...
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How to connect Nest thermostat to Evaporative Cooler (Swamp Cooler)

I have reviewed the post here, Controlling 110v swamp cooler using Nest thermostat It discusses how to connect an evaporative cooler using 110v to a standard thermostat. I am looking for a specific ...
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Is it possible to wire an electric radiant floor as a heat pump in my Nest thermostat?

I have a standard gas furnace, but recently installed an electric radiant floor in one room. I have a transformer at the electric floor and a regular low voltage thermostat wire to my Nest thermostat. ...
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Thermostat hookup / wiring + Nest

I have a heat pump system with 5 wires on the thermostat where the yellow and white are tied together (and this system has been working fine for 2+ years). Couple questions about this setup: 1) Why ...
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Gas boiler turning on when Nest says hot water and heating are off

We had a Nest installed at the end of April. Currently we have a problem where the boiler is turning on even though the Nest is saying heating and hot water is off. I have turned off eco mode and ...