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Does Nest thermostat need charging?

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Nest thermostats utilize your heating and cooling system's wires to charge its batteries, so ordinarily, you won't have to do a thing. However, if there is an issue, the battery can drain. If that happens, take off the display and plug it into another power source using a Micro-USB (Micro-B)to USB-A cord. Note: if you have a first-generation Nest Learning Thermostat, you'll need a mini-USB (Mini B) to USB_A cord instead. A completely drained battery can take up to two hours before being recharged. A wiring upgrade may be required if difficulties persist.

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