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On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the Nest error 'E182'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
The Google documentation indicates that error code 'E182' is caused by the following problem: "The Nest thermostat has an overcurrent error".
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One of the most common errors that you might encounter when you try to use Google's services is Google E182 error. This error occurs when you try to access your account information or when you try to log into your account on the internet. This error can be annoying and frustrating because you cannot access the services properly.
The problem can be caused by an issue with your device system. If the system is in trouble, then it is possible to stop sending power to the thermostat. Another possible reason is that you live at a very high or low temperature place so this code appears. To fix this error, you need to try a few solutions.
The Google E182 error usually pops up a message “The Nest thermostat has an overcurrent error” on the thermostat screen. This error is caused by the thermostat’s wire being in the wrong position, more than one wire in a single Nest thermostat connector, or recent upgrades on your system.
The first thing you can do is to restart your thermostat by pressing the ring and holding it down until the screen turns off. The Google Nest logo will appear to start up and the screen will turn on when it is finished.
You need to check which wire has the problem. If your screen shows E182, it means that you need to check W1 wire on your thermostat. Then, you need to pull off the thermostat’s screen and check the wire. Make sure there is only one wire in the connector and the right wire is in its position. If the wire is not in its position, you can check the wiring diagram from Google's online compatibility checker. Do not forget to turn it off when you are doing this step.
Lastly, you can find HVAC professionals in your area and directly tell him or her about your device’s problems. They can also help you to install the nest power connector or C Wire to your device. If the error still appears, you can contact Google Help Center to fix your issue.