RUNAWAY THERMOSTAT
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  • What is going on with this wacky overpriced Iris connected Honeywell Thermostat?  886 degrees, 157, 740, 169, and 0?

    I can afford/provide hundreds of instances over the last 6 months where this goofy thing just goes bat poop crazy for no reason at all. 

    Just 1 of the many issues I never had with version one but can not escape in version deu. 

    Care to venture any guesses? 

    I'm confident someone somewhere can twist this so that its my fault.

    Today 

    3:24 PM  HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Heat setpoint set to 55 deg.

    3:09 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Heat setpoint set to 157 deg.

    Yesterday

    6:48 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 76 deg.

    6:48 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 0 deg.

    Fri Dec 01

    4:24 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 76 deg. 

    4:24 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 0 deg.

    Sun Nov 26

    12:10 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 76 deg.

    12:05 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 169 deg. 

    Thu Nov 23

    5:18 AM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 74 deg.

    4:47 AM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 740 deg.

    4:21 AM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 74 deg.

    4:21 AM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Cool setpoint set to 0 deg.

    Sat Nov 25

    7:55 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Heat setpoint set to 70 deg.

    7:55 PM HALLWAY THERMOSTAT Heat setpoint set to 886 deg.

     

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I can imagine it's frustrating, but have your tried removing it from Iris and just use it stand alone for awhile, if that is possible I am not familiar with the Honeywell thermostat..  Maybe it's going bad.    I have never had any issues with my CT101 with Iris.  I am no Iris fan boy in fact I have switched most everything I have to smartthings.  I only have a few items left on Iris and one thing I have left is my thermostat.  It has worked well and does what I want so I have not switched it over.

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