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I have a standard heating/AC unit. Back in June 2012, I had my Heating & Cooling company install a Bryant 986TA42060V17A gas furnace, a Bryant 116BNA024000BAAA condenser w/ CNPNP2417ATA coil, a Aprilaire 600 M humidifier, and a Nest Thermostat T100577. All wiring from the breaker box to the units and to the thermostat were replaced. It worked great during the summer. Then when it came time to heat the house, that's when the problem started to occur. While on heat, my AC unit was on, to the point of the line having frost on it. My heating and cooling company came out 4 times, using two different Gen 1's and even a Gen 2, yet the same problem was occurring. Apparently, based on documentation found by my heating/cooling company, the common wire (usually blue) is used to keep the Nest battery charged. Many units apparently don't use a common wire, therefore, when that occurs, the Y1 (AC wire) is used to keep the battery charged. Due to that signal/charge, it is actually starting my AC while the thermostat is set to heat. I've read that for some, it triggers the AC fan only to run while on heat. Nest stated that the model numbers I've provided isn't on their list of approved ac/heating units, however, that really doesn't mean that the Nest won't work with models that aren't on their list. In my case, clearly their thermostats do not work with newer Bryant systems. Its a great thermostat, no doubt. I was so disappointed when I had to accept the fact that I will not be able to use a Nest.... The moral of the story, if you have issues with the Nest keeping the batter charged, or using the Y1 wire to charge the unit, and/or both ac and heating running at the same time, or the ac fan blowing while in heat mode, or whatever else might be the issue, return it before the 30 day period because if you can't get it to work first time around, you will never get it to work. And for those who buy them during the summer. Run your heater for awhile, then turn it off heat and turn it on AC, let it run awhile. Then turn it back to heat for while and see if the ac fan starts running. The last Nest installed, it took two days before it started turning on my AC. I think Nest needs to find another way to keep the battery charged or give it a replaceable battery. I think they would have better chance of their Nest working with more units if they used a hearing aid battery OR, having a way to turn the battery off charge mode and using a replaceable battery as an option if the use suffers these sorts of problems. My local Lowe's said they've had numerous returns on Nests, primarily battery related, either the AC fan turning on during heat or the Wifi repeatedly kept disconnecting from the until, while their PCs were having no problems connecting to Wifi. If the Nest keeps disconnecting from Wifi, its an indication that the battery is not holding a charge or receiving a charge. My friend has a new Carrier/Atlas Butler and her Nest works great with her system. Congrats to those who have Nests that work great... I wish I could say the same.... I ended up buy the Honeywell Prestige IAQ Comfort System w/ Wifi. It works like a champ. It handles humidity exceptionally well and I can control it from my iPhone. A professional must install it because it has monitors hooked to the various components to monitor failures, which then alerts your phone.
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i bought these phones as a last minute gift for some relatives in India. the main reason i bought these is because they are factory unlocked and ready to use out of the box and they have dual sim option. they look great on picture, and the specs are very promising. BLU looks very similar to samsung galaxy flagship phones. i did my research on these phones before i purchased them, because i understand they are made to be affordable for low income earning demographic and i understand the quality is not equal to a samsung galaxy phone. i purchased 2 phones 4 days before my trip to India, they arrived on time due to prime shipping. i only opened one phone to check the feel and build quality of the phone. the phone felt slightly heavier than by samsung galaxy s3 (yes, i still use an s3, because it still works excellent, and i see no reason to shell out $700 every year a new phone is released) the battery is longer than my s3 battery. the back cover took few seconds to find the notch to lift with the nail, the notch is in the corner. i inserted the battery and my sim card, the phone turned on and functions. by network is displayed and test call was placed. i did not try the dual sim feature though. the display was very vibrant just like the expensive samsung models. overall i like the feel of the phone. its sturdy, and slim and the camera works great. i would definitely by this phone again as a gift for someone or as a backup emergency phone for myself. at $60 dollars this is a bargain and i would be more than happy if it functions for at least 1 year. i would recommend this to anyone who is looking for an affordable cell phone with great speed and great build quality. FYI: the only reason the brand name phones are expensive is because they spend millions of dollars in advertising, and BLU does not spend money on advertising, but have contracts with electronic stores, thats how i found out about the BLU brand at a local Best Buy. just because BLU phones are cheap, it does not mean they are made of cheap components.