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    Sensi thermostat recall

    I learned of this in an e-mail today. I don't use Sensi but they are sold by the distributor we use.

    From the link- "Incidents/Injuries:The firm has received eight reports of burn damage to the thermostat, involving minor property damage. No injuries have been reported."

    https://www.cpsc.gov/Recalls/2019/Wh...to-Fire-Hazard
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    It's not a line voltage stat, homeowners need to quit hooking them up to a 110vac circuit....Especially without a ground :tard:

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    So are they saying we should replace all of the ones that were installed? Even if not near line voltage?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hvacrookie86 View Post
    So are they saying we should replace all of the ones that were installed? Even if not near line voltage?
    The page is not specific as to the cause or condition.
    In any case, low voltage wires should never be routed with line voltage wires unless the insulation rating is the same. The insulation on #18 gauge thermostat wire does not meet this requirement.
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