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My nest humidity sensor is 10% higher than a hygrometer located next to it (and one internal to a dehumidifier). There is no more than a dime size hole for the wires to come through the drywall. There is an air vent somewhat overhead but that typically has made the humidity reading lower, not higher, than the true level. I am considering installing a dedicated dehumidifier but can’t rely on the nest to control it given these errors. Should I ask for a replacement? Any other ideas?
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