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This article was published on March 30, 2015

Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time

Nest Learning Thermostats in the UK fail to spring forward to British Summer Time
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Some people in the UK woke up a little colder over the weekend as the Nest Learning Thermostats encountered a glitch while updating to British Summer Time.

Users reported on the company’s help forum that their thermostats appear to have updated the time correctly but have failed to change to their schedules.

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While the company has yet to release a statement about a permanent fix for the problem, one smart Nest user suggested switching your device location to Belgium so everything will be in sync.

We’ve contacted Nest for comment and will update this story accordingly.

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