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We have the white version. It is plastic.
KR
· October 8, 2017
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Yes, you can do that.
james
· March 5, 2018
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Both. It will use your cell location and also if anyone walks by it.
Lorenzo D.
· February 28, 2017
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Scarcity of goods, my friend.
bankcounsel
Seller · January 9, 2017
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The nest gets its power from your furnace it will only be the voltage put out from your circuit board, usually 5 volts. It does not require power from a receptacle. You need to confirm that your furnace is compatible with your nest first using their online comparability chart.
Robert MacLellan
· November 23, 2017
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Yes it does
Thank you

At Your Door
Seller · October 27, 2017
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The screw driver, screws and a large flat trim plate that is colored white is in the box. It does not match the thermostat but does not clash either. It’s a neutral white. There is a metallic colored one that will match the thermostat for sale if you want to match it
Brent
· December 23, 2017
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You will have to get a wiring diagram to see if nest is compatible.
Lettyandlucia
· June 4, 2019
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By remote sensors if u mean if reading, controling, and viewing on your phone at home or away, yes. I love my nest as I am very sensitive to heat and cold and can control from anywhere.
Lo
· July 3, 2018
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Yes very easy to set up, no professional needed just follow instructions or use interactive set up wizard on Nest website.
Ricardo Samson
· July 16, 2019