I’m not sure when this started happening, but I’m having an interesting issue with my Zwave thermostat (Trane) and my Gen 1 Smartthings Hub. Here is a description of what happens:
Anytime a command is given to change the temperature of the thermostat’s heating set point, the command goes through properly is set on the actual thermostat. The only problem is that in the smart things app, their is never a notification like “Thermostat setpoint is 55F.” So any smart app that checks the setpoint of the thermostat will not see the new setpoint. For example, if I remotely set the heat to 55F, hours later when I view the thermostat in the Smartthings app, it’ll show the actual temperature has been going towards 55F while the setpoint is at 70F for example. This would potentially indicate the heat is not working. That is not the case though, as soon as you refresh the thermostat device from within the app, a notification will finally say the thermostat setpoint was changed to what it was changed potentially hours ago.
TLDR; Thermostat heating setpoint isn’t seen in the “recently” tab or as a notification so all other apps think the setpoint is different than it actually is. Changing the thermostat remotely successfully changes the heating setpoint on the thermostat, but the new setpoint isn’t announced or made known anywhere else.
Any help would be greatly appreciated!