Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Use "set" to enter programming mode. Once programmed, hit the "run" button to execute the program.
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Posted on Nov 28, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
"Funky" displays often indicate a problem with a control or processor. The simplest fix is removing power for a minute or two and trying again.
Doing this will likely erase any time / temperature program in the t-stat, so you should make note of it before attempting.
I'm not familiar with the t-stat you have, but if it is like most - it has a battery or two inside to maintain the program during power outages (and allows programming while in your easy chair). You should remove the battery(s) and remove it from the wall (most will simply pull away when unclipped / disconnected) to completely power down. Wait a moment and reinstall the battery(s) and reinstall to base on the wall.
Posted on Dec 03, 2014
SOURCE: My Honeywell 7-Day Programmable Push-Button Thermostat - RTH7500D starts to heat each morning at 5:00 AM. It is not programmed to do anything at 5:00AM. A/C works fine. Want to turn off 5:00 AM
See if there is some sort of reset control. U may not have programmed it but I assure you it is programmed to do so. Maybe some poltergeist is responsible for the anomaly.
If after doing everything possible to take care of the issue with no results you can always resort to opening the unit up, exposing the wires, and disconnecting the wire responsible for heat. Your user/ setup manual will identify the wire.
Posted on Oct 31, 2015
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