Millbrook 4 HVAC Unit Instructions

 Facilities Planning & Management
ComfortNet CTK03 Thermostat Instructions
Millbrook Apartments #4 Application
These residential units are furnished with new high efficiency HVAC units. These are designed to help the
University reduce its carbon footprint. With this goal in mind, we ask for your assistance in operating each
space as efficiently as possible. Setting a schedule and maintaining reasonable temperature set points have a
significant effect on the amount of energy required to condition your space.
The facilities team has implemented a schedule as shown below. If this schedule does not meet your needs,
the attached instructions describe how to change the times to better align with your schedule.
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Monday - Friday
o 6:00AM
Wake 70° Heat, 74°Cool
o 10:00AM
Leave 68° Heat, 78°Cool
o 3:00PM
Return 70° Heat, 74°Cool
o 11:59PM
Sleep 68° Heat, 78°Cool
Saturday – Sunday
o 6:00AM
Wake 70° Heat, 74°Cool
o 10:00AM
Leave 70° Heat, 74°Cool
o 3:00PM
Return 70° Heat, 74°Cool
o 11:59PM
Sleep 68° Heat, 78°Cool
Fan is always on AUTO
Anytime you will be away for more than 48 hours, please use the vacation scheduler.
If you have any questions on the operation of your HVAC unit or thermostat, please call Customer Service
during normal business hours at 314.935.5544.
Washington University in St. Louis, Campus Box 1036, One Brookings Drive, St. Louis, Missouri 63130-4899
(314) 935-5550, Fax: (314) 935-5564, http://facilities.wustl.edu
About your new thermostat
Your new thermostat is pre-programmed and ready to go. Just check the settings
below and change if needed:
Operating
Manual
1. Set date and time ....................................................................................See page 4
2. Select fan setting ....................................................................................See page 5
3. Select system setting .............................................................................See page 6
4. Program schedules: Preset for maximum cost savings............... See pages 7-10
5. Set humidification, dehumidification and ventilation .............. See pages 16-19
ONE-TOUCH TEMP CONTROL: You can override the program schedule at any time, and manually
adjust the temperature (see pages 9-10).
Need Help?
ComfortNet™ CTK03 Communicating Thermostat
For assistance please call toll-free: (888) 593-9988
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Table of contents
Operating Manual
Quick reference: residential use
Programming & Operation
Preferences menu.............................20
Temporary schedule changes ..........21
Screen cleaning ................................22
Security settings ...............................23
Installer contact information ............24
Advanced features ...........................25
Quick reference ..................................2
Date/time settings ..............................4
Fan settings ........................................5
System settings ..................................6
Energy Saver settings ........................7
Using program schedules ..................8
Schedule overrides.............................9
Appendices
Installer options ................................26
Battery replacement .........................27
Humidity display ...............................29
Optional accessories ........................30
In case of difficulty ...........................33
Limited warranty ...............................34
Menu options
System status ...................................11
Vacation/event scheduler.................12
Humidity controls .............................16
Ventilation controls ...........................19
Display
home screen
Select system
type (see page 6)
Adjust
temperature
settings (see
pages 9-10)
Outdoor
temperature
and humidity
#URRENTSYSTEM
status
#URRENTPROGRAMSTATUS
This thermostat contains a Lithium battery which may contain Perchlorate material.
Special handling may be required. See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate.
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Display menu
options (see
pages 11-24)
#HANGEDATEOR
time (see page 4)
CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD. To prevent possible compressor damage, do not
OPERATECOOLINGSYSTEMWHENOUTDOORTEMPERATUREISBELOWƒ&ƒ#
1
#ONTROLFANOPERATION
(see page 5)
Indoor temperature and
humidity
Outdoor temperature and humidity are displayed
ONLYIFANOPTIONALOUTDOORAIRSENSORISINSTALLED
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Quick reference: commercial use
Display
home screen
Date/time settings
Select system
type (see page 6)
#ONTROLFANOPERATION
(see page 5)
Operating Manual
Display menu
options (see
pages 11-24)
Press date/time display
To set the date or time, press the date/
time display, then select SET TIME or SET
DATE.
#HANGEDATEOR
time (see page 4)
Adjust
temperature
settings (see
pages 9-10)
Outdoor
temperature
and humidity
#URRENTSYSTEM
status
Thermostat location and
current program status
Press to override program temporarily
Press the Vor Wbuttons until the
proper time/date is displayed, then
press DONE to save and exit (or press
CANCEL to exit without changing the
time).
Press to select date or time
Indoor
temperature
and humidity
Press arrow buttons to change
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Daylight Saving Time automatically.
Outdoor temperature and humidity are displayed
ONLYIFANOPTIONALOUTDOORAIRSENSORISINSTALLED
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System settings
Fan settings
Press FAN
Press SYSTEM, then select any option
(press Vor Wto scroll menu):
Press SYSTEM
p On: Fan is always on.
p Auto: Fan runs only when heating or
cooling system is on.
FAN
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p Circulate: Fan runs randomly, about
35% of the time (residential models
only).
Press any displayed option
SYSTEM
p Heat: Thermostat controls only the
heating system.
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Press any displayed option
p Cool: Thermostat controls only the
cooling system.
p Automatic: Thermostat selects
heating or cooling as needed.
p Follow Schedule: Fan controlled by
program (see pages 7-8).
4HEFANSPEEDCANBEADJUSTEDFROM
,OWTO(IGHWHENTHEFANISSETTOON or
CIRCULATE.
In commercial use, press AUTO or ON to
TEMPORARILYOVERRIDETHEPROGRAMMEDFAN
schedule.
In commercial use, the CIRCULATE option is
not available.
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p Off: Heating and cooling system is
off. Fan will still operate if fan is set to
On or Circulate.
Automatic
p Emergency Heat (only for heat
pumps with auxiliary heat):
Thermostat controls Auxiliary Heat.
Compressor is not used.
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Press HELPFORMOREINFORMATIONABOUT
these options.
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Energy Saver settings for maximum cost savings
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To adjust program schedules
Residential Use
Commercial Use
Period
Heat
(Mon-Fri)
Start time
Cool
(Mon-Fri)
Heat
(Sat-Sun)
Cool
(Sat-Sun)
Wake
6:00 am
70°
78°
70°
78°
Leave
8:00 am
62°
85°
62°
85°
Return
6:00 pm
70°
78°
70°
78°
Sleep
10:00 pm
62°
82°
62°
82°
Period
Start time
Heat
Cool
Fan
MENU
p Guide me: This option creates a
schedule for you, by asking simple
questions.
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Press CREATE/EDIT SCHEDULE
p I’ll do it myself: This is a faster way
to create a schedule manually.
Create/Edit Schedule
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Press any displayed option
p View/Edit: This displays the full
schedule, so you can make quick
adjustments.
To reduce costs, you should use the pre-set
Energy Saver settings (see page 7).
Guide me through
scheduling
Occupied 1
8:00 am
70°
75°
On
Unoccupied 1
10:00 pm
55°
85°
Auto
Occupied 2*
12:00 am
70°
75°
On
Unoccupied 2*
12:00 am
55°
85°
Auto
Press HELPATANYMENUSCREENFORMORE
INFORMATIONABOUTSCHEDULEOPTIONS
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Press MENU, then CREATE/EDIT
SCHEDULE to display options:
Press MENU
These default Energy Saver settings can reduce expenses by as much as 33%. (See
next page to customize each time period.)
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Program schedule override: residential use
Program schedule override: commercial use
Press to change temperature
Press to activate “occupied” mode
Press Vor Wto change the temperature. It will be maintained until the “hold”
time you set.
Press the PERMANENT HOLD button to
keep the same temperature until you
manually change it or resume the
program schedule.
Cancel
Hold
Press Vor Wto change the
temperature. It will be maintained until
the “hold” time you set.
OVERRIDE
Press OVERRIDE to use a pre-set
“occupied” temperature if a person is
present during an unoccupied period.
The new temperature will be maintained
for at least 1 hour, and can be adjusted
up to the maximum time set by the
installer. To change the time, press the
HOLD UNTIL arrow buttons.
MCR32969
Press to change temperature
To cancel these settings at any time,
press CANCEL HOLD.
Done
MCR32968
Press to set
“hold” time
Press to
cancel
“hold”
Press to
begin “hold”
Cancel
Hold
The programmed schedule will resume
when the override timer expires. To
cancel the override at any time, press
CANCEL HOLD.
Done
MCR32970
Press to set
“hold” time
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Press to
cancel
“hold”
Press to
begin “hold”
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System status information
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Menu: Vacation scheduling (residential use)
Press MENU, then select EQUIPMENT
STATUS.
Press MENU
MENU
Depending on how your thermostat was
installed, the Equipment Status screen
can report data about the following systems:
MCR32965
Scroll to select EQUIPMENT STATUS
Press MENU
This feature lets you conserve energy
while away, and restores a comfortable
temperature just before you return to
your home.
MENU
MCR32965
Scroll to select VACATION
Press Vor Wat each screen to enter
temperatures, dates and times as
prompted, then press DONE.
Vacation Mode
p Heating and cooling
Equipment Status
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MCR32972
p Fan
The temperature you set will be
maintained until you return, then the
program schedule will resume.
&OLLOWSCREENPROMPTSTHENPRESSDONE
p Humidification
p Dehumidification
p Ventilation
p Maintenance reminders
p Thermostat information
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Menu: Holiday/event scheduling (commercial use)
Press MENU
MCR32965
The US (United States) and CANADIAN
options allow you to select from a list of
holidays commonly observed in each
country. You can set the system to
“unoccupied” or “occupied” mode for the
days you select.
Scroll to select HOLIDAY / EVENT SCHEDULER
Holiday / Event Scheduler
MCR32973
#HOOSEANOPTIONBELOW
The CUSTOM EVENTS button gives you
more options to customize temperatures
for specific dates and times in the future.
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Menu: Holiday override (commercial use)
This feature lets you conserve energy
when the workplace is unoccupied for
special events or on holidays.
MENU
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Press HOLIDAY MODE to set temperatures
that will be maintained from now until the
date you expect to return.
Scroll to select HOLIDAY MODE
The thermostat will resume the normal
schedule on the date you set. You can
press CANCEL at any time to resume the
normal schedule.
Holiday Mode
&OLLOWSCREENPROMPTSTHENPRESSDONE
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The cool temperature setting can only be
set higher than the unoccupied program
setting and the heat temperature setting
can only be set lower than the unoccupied
program setting.
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Menu: Humidification
Initiate Occupancy mode (commercial use)
This feature keeps temperature at an
energy-saving level until the PRESS TO
START OCCUPANCY button is pressed.
When you arrive, press the button to
maintain a comfortable temperature
while the room is occupied.
Press the Vor Wbuttons to set the
temperature or “Hold Until” time. The
temperature is maintained until the time
you set. Temperature returns to an energy-saving level after the timer expires, or
the “Occupied” period ends.
Press to start
occupancy
MCR32975
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temperature while room is occupied
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Move the slider bar to the humidity level
you prefer, then press DONE.
Press MENU
MENU
Scroll to select HUMIDIFICATION
Press MORE SETTINGS if frost or condensation appears on windows. A lower
number adjusts humidity to help prevent
these problems. Use a higher number if
indoor air is too dry.
MCR32965
Humidification
MCR32976
Set humidity to desired level
The Window Protection option is only
AVAILABLEIFANOPTIONALOUTDOORSENSORIS
installed.
The thermostat keeps temperature at
an energy saving level until OVERRIDE
or PRESS TO START OCCUPANCY button is
pressed.
4HISFEATUREISAVAILABLEONLYIFITIS
programmed by the installer.
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Menu: Dehumidification (residential use)
MENU
Scroll to select DEHUMIDIFICATION
MCR32965
Dehumidification
Set humidity to desired level
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Menu: Dehumidification (commercial use)
This feature can control your air conditioner to reduce humidity. Move the
slider bar to the humidity level you prefer, then press DONE.
Press MENU
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TOPREVENTFROSTORCONDENSATIONONWINDOWS
Press MENU
Move the slider bar to the humidity level
you prefer, then press DONE. If your air
conditioner is used to control humidity, the thermostat may use the following methods to maintain your desired
humidity:
MENU
Scroll to select DEHUMIDIFICATION
MCR32965
p Cool from 1° to 5° F lower than your
temperature setting.
Dehumidification
MCR32977
Set humidity to desired level
MCR32977
p Run cooling for the minimum “on”
time to reduce humidity.
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humidity, temperature may drop as much as
›&BELOWTHELEVELYOUSETUNTILHUMIDITY
reaches the desired level.
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Menu: Ventilation
Menu: Preferences
Press SETTING to set operating mode:
Press MENU
MCR32965
Off: Ventilation (fan) remains off unless
turned on using the timer.
Ventilation
On: Ventilation (fan) is always on.
MCR32979
Set operating mode
Press MENU
Auto: Ventilation (fan) runs as programmed by the installer.
MENU
Scroll to select VENTILATION
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Press Vor Wto run ventilation (fan)
temporarily. To turn it off, set to zero.
Set temporary run time
At this screen you can view or change
the following options:
p Reminders to change filters
p Utility Schedule options
p Fahrenheit/Celsius display
p 12/24-hour clock display
p Display Options:
– Adjust screen color
– Adjust screen brightness
p Language choice
p Scheduling options:
– Non-programmable
– Programmable
p Adaptive Intelligent Recovery (see
page 25)
p Restore default schedule
p Daylight Saving Time options
MENU
MCR32965
Scroll to select PREFERENCES
Preferences
MCR32981
Scroll to select desired option
Press MORE SETTINGS to change maintenance reminders.
More
Settings
Press HELPFORMOREINFORMATIONABOUT
these options.
MCR32980
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Menu: Temporary schedule changes
Press MENU
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Menu: Clean screen
Select an option, then follow screen
prompts to conserve energy while
you’re away and maintain a comfortable
climate after you return.
MCR32965
Scroll to select TEMPORARY SCHEDULE CHANGES
Temporary Schedule Changes
After the times you set, the normal program schedule will resume.
MCR32982
Use this feature to lock the screen so
you can clean it without changing any
settings. A countdown timer will show
elapsed time until the screen is
reactivated.
Press MENU
This feature is useful if your daily schedule sometimes changes.
MENU
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MENU
MCR32965
Scroll to select CLEAN SCREEN
Clean Screen
MCR32983
Do NOT spray any liquid directly on the
thermostat. Spray liquids onto a cloth, then
use the damp cloth to clean the screen. Use
water or household glass cleaner. Avoid
abrasive cleansers.
Press YESTOLOCKSCREENFORCLEANING
3ELECTOPTIONTHENFOLLOWSCREENPROMPTS
Press HELPFORMOREINFORMATIONABOUT
these options.
See also Program Schedule
Overrides (pages 9-10).
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Menu: Security settings
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Menu: Dealer Information
Security options can be used to prevent
unauthorized changes to system
settings.
Press MENU
MENU
MCR32965
Press MENU
MENU
MCR32965
Lock options:
Scroll to select SECURITY SETTINGS
p Unlocked: Full access allowed.
p Partially locked: Only temperature
can be changed.
Security Settings
MCR32984
Scroll to select DEALER INFORMATION
Dealer Information
MCR32985
p Fully locked: No access allowed.
3ELECTOPTIONTHENFOLLOWSCREENPROMPTS
Check this screen if you need to
contact the person who installed your
system, for maintenance, repairs or
upgrades.
If you choose to use a password for
additional security, write it here for reference:
Press HELP for more information about
these options.
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Advanced features
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Menu: Installer options
Adaptive Intelligent Recovery (residential use only)
Over time, the ComfortNetTM CTK03 communicating thermostat “learns” how long
it takes your system to provide the temperature you want. It turns on the heating or
cooling system earlier to make sure you’re comfortable at the time you expect.
These options should be changed
only by professionally qualified technicians. To avoid disabling or damaging
your equipment, do not change these
options yourself.
MENU
MCR32965
Dehumidification Away Mode
Your system can be set to control indoor climate while your home is vacant
during the humid season. Before you leave, press MENU, then select
DEHUMIDIFICATION AWAY MODE. Temperature and humidity will be kept at levels adequate to protect your home and possessions while you are away. When you return,
press CANCEL to resume normal operation.
The USB port on the bottom of the thermostat is for use by professional installers only. Do not attempt to use this port
yourself.
Installer Options
MCR32986
Compressor Protection
This feature protects your air-conditioning system by forcing the compressor to pause
before restarting, to prevent damage. During this brief pause, the message “Waiting
for Equipment” is displayed on screen.
Press HELPATANYSCREENFORMORE
INFORMATIONABOUTTHESEOPTIONS
Pre-occupancy Purge (commercial use only)
This feature turns on the fan 1 to 3 hours before each “occupied” time period, to provide a comfortable work environment when you arrive.
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Battery replacement: Wireless outdoor sensor
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Battery replacement: Wireless indoor sensor
Replace batteries
in your
indoor sensor
Replace batteries
in your
outdoor sensor
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2EMOVESENSORFROMBRACKETDETACHCOVERANDINSTALLFRESH!! lithium batteries
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GREEN)FITFLASHESREDBATTERIESARENOTGOOD
Replace batteries in your outdoor sensor when a warning appears on the
thermostat screen, about two months before batteries are depleted.
After new batteries are installed, the outdoor sensor will restore communication with
the wireless network within a few seconds.
Replace batteries in your indoor sensor when a warning appears on the
thermostat screen, about two months before batteries are depleted. When the sensor status light begins flashing red, battery power is critically low and will be depleted
within 2-3 weeks. During normal operation, the status light remains off.
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indoor sensor restores communication with the wireless network.
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Humidity display
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Optional accessories
Portable Comfort Control
In some circumstances, the humidity
displayed on the Home screen may not
match humidity near the
thermostat.
If you have only one thermostat, you move this remote control from
room to room (like a portable thermostat), to make sure the temperature is comfortable in the room you’re using. If you have multiple
thermostats, you can view and adjust the temperature in each room
from your armchair.
Some systems are set up to use two
sensors, one to control humidification,
the other for dehumidification. These
sensors are often installed in different
locations.
Humidity reading depends on sensor location
Wireless Outdoor Sensor
With a wireless outdoor sensor, your ComfortNetTM CTK03 communicating thermostat can display outside temperature and humidity. This
information can also be displayed on your handheld Portable Comfort
Control.
Depending on how it was configured
when installed, the thermostat will only
display humidity readings from one sensor on the Home screen.
Wireless Indoor Sensor
If an indoor sensor is installed, your ComfortNetTM CTK03 communicating thermostat can monitor the temperature and humidity at that
location and adjust the system to maintain comfort there. With multiple
sensors, the thermostat can average temperature readings from each,
to optimize comfort throughout your home.
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Optional accessories
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Optional accessories
RedLINK™ Internet Gateway
Wireless Vent and Filter Boost Remote
The Honeywell RedLINK Internet Gateway gives you
remote access to your ComfortNetTM CTK03 communicating thermostat via the Internet or from your
smart phone. You can use a Web browser to review
or adjust indoor temperature, system mode and other
settings. The Gateway can also send alerts to as
many as 6 email addresses to notify you if a problem
occurs.
This handy device mounts anywhere in your home
(typically bathroom or kitchen) for convenient on
demand ventilation. Select 20, 40 or 60 minutes as
desired for increased ventilation.
Wireless Entry/Exit Remote
This handy device mounts beside your door for convenient one-touch control. Press AWAY when you
leave, and HOME when you return, to keep your home
comfortable while occupied and save energy when
you’re away. To change pre-set temperatures, go to
Menu > Entry / Exit Remote Settings.
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In case of difficulty
Limited Warranty
If you have difficulty with your thermostat, please try the suggestions below. Most
problems can be corrected quickly and easily.
This thermostat (“control”) is warranted by Goodman
Manufacturing Company, L.P. (“Goodman”) to be free from
defects in materials and workmanship under normal use and
maintenance, as described below:
Screen is
blank
Screen is
difficult to
read
Heating
or cooling
system does
not respond
s #HECKCIRCUITBREAKERANDRESETIFNECESSARY
s -AKESUREFURNACEDOORISCLOSEDSECURELY
To the original equipment registered owner and his or her
spouse (“owner”) this control is warranted for a period of TEN
YEARS, except as provided below. This warranty applies
only if:
s 4OCHANGETHESCREENBRIGHTNESSORCOLORSEEBACKLIGHTOPTIONSINTHE0REFERENCES
menu (see page 20).
1) The control is installed in an owner-occupied, single family
residence; and
s Make sure power switch at heating & cooling system is on.
s !TAMEACHDAY#OMFORT.ET4-#4+COMMUNICATINGTHERMOSTATSCHANGESCREEN
COLORSFORANHOURTOPREVENTBURNIN4OUCHTHESCREENATANYTIMETORESTOREPRE
set screen colors.
s Press SYSTEM to set system to Heat. Make sure the temperature is set higher than
the Inside temperature.
s Press SYSTEMTOSETSYSTEMTO#OOL-AKESURETHETEMPERATUREISSETLOWERTHAN
the Inside temperature.
s #HECKCIRCUITBREAKERANDRESETIFNECESSARY
s Make sure power switch at heating & cooling system is on.
s -AKESUREFURNACEDOORISCLOSEDSECURELY
s )Fh7AITING&OR%QUIPMENTvISDISPLAYEDTHECOMPRESSORPROTECTIONTIMERISON7AIT
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The warranty period begins on the date of the original installation. Where the product is installed in a newly constructed
home; the date of the installation is the date the homeowner
purchased the home from the builder. If that date cannot be
verified, the warranty period begins three months from the
month of manufacture (as indicated by the four digit date
code (yyww) where “yy” indicates the year and “ww” indicates
the week of manufacture located on the base plate). As its
only responsibility, and your only remedy, Goodman will,
without charge, replace any control found to be defective due
to workmanship or materials under normal use and maintenance. For warranty credit, the defective control must be
returned to a Goodman heating and air conditioning products
distributor by a state certified or licensed contractor. This
warranty does not apply to labor, freight, or any other cost
associated with the service, repair or operation of the unit.
This warranty is in lieu of all other express warranties. ALL
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION
OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states and provinces do not
allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts,
so the above limitation may not apply to you. GOODMAN
SHALL IN NO EVENT BE LIABLE FOR INCIDENTAL OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, INCLUDING BUT NOT
LIMITED TO EXTRA UTILITY EXPENSES OR DAMAGES
TO PROPERTY. Some states and provinces do not allow the
exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above exclusion may not apply to you.
2) The control is installed in conjunction with a new furnace or
air handler containing a communicating system that is compatible with the control (a “Compatible Unit”); and
3) If the Compatible Unit is a Goodman® or Amana® brand
furnace or air handler, the owner has properly registered the
furnace or air handler with Goodman [at www.goodmanmfg.
com] or Amana [at amana-hac.com]; but failure by California
and Quebec residents to register a Goodman® or Amana®
brand Compatible Unit does not diminish their warranty
rights. If the above warranty does not apply, then the control
is warranted for a period of 5 YEARS. No warranty continues
after the control is removed from the location where it was
originally installed. No warranty applies to, and no warranty
is offered by Goodman on, any control ordered over the
Internet, by telephone or other electronic means unless the
dealer selling the unit over the Internet, by telephone or other
electronic means is also the installing contractor for the unit.
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Regulatory information
1. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty installation or application.
FCC Compliance Statement (Part 15.19) (USA only)
4HISDEVICECOMPLIESWITH0ARTOFTHE&##2ULES/PERATIONISSUBJECTTOTHEFOLLOWINGTWOCONDITIONS
2. Damage as a result of floods, fires, winds, lightning, accidents, corrosive atmosphere or other conditions beyond the control
of Goodman.
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4HISDEVICEMUSTACCEPTANYINTERFERENCERECEIVEDINCLUDINGINTERFERENCETHATMAYCAUSEUNDESIREDOPERATION
Goodman is not responsible for:
3. Use of components or accessories not compatible with this control.
FCC Warning (Part 15.21) (USA only)
#HANGESORMODIFICATIONSNOTEXPRESSLYAPPROVEDBYTHEPARTYRESPONSIBLEFORCOMPLIANCECOULDVOIDTHEUSERSAUTHORITYTO
operate the equipment.
4. Products installed outside the United States or its territories, or Canada.
5. Normal maintenance as described in the installation and operating manual.
6. Replacement parts not supplied or designated by Goodman.
7. Damage or repairs required as a result of any improper use, maintenance, operation or servicing.
8. Failure to start due to interruption and/or inadequate electrical service.
9. Any damage caused by frozen or broken water pipes in the event of equipment failure.
10. Changes in the appearance of the unit that do not affect its performance.
FCC Interference Statement (Part 15.105 (b)) (USA only)
4HISEQUIPMENTHASBEENTESTEDANDFOUNDTOCOMPLYWITHTHELIMITSFORA#LASS"DIGITALDEVICEPURSUANTTO0ARTOF
THE&##2ULES4HESELIMITSAREDESIGNEDTOPROVIDEREASONABLEPROTECTIONAGAINSTHARMFULINTERFERENCEINARESIDENTIAL
INSTALLATION4HISEQUIPMENTGENERATESUSESANDCANRADIATERADIOFREQUENCYENERGYANDIFNOTINSTALLEDANDUSEDIN
ACCORDANCEWITHTHEINSTRUCTIONSMAYCAUSEHARMFULINTERFERENCETORADIOCOMMUNICATIONS(OWEVERTHEREISNOGUARANTEE
THATINTERFERENCEWILLNOTOCCURINAPARTICULARINSTALLATION)FTHISEQUIPMENTDOESCAUSEHARMFULINTERFERENCETORADIOOR
TELEVISIONRECEPTIONWHICHCANBEDETERMINEDBYTURNINGTHEEQUIPMENTOFFANDONTHEUSERISENCOURAGEDTOTRYTOCORRECT
THEINTERFERENCEBYONEOFTHEFOLLOWINGMEASURES
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights that may vary from state to state or province to
province.
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Installer Name
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Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
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#ONSULTTHEDEALERORANEXPERIENCEDRADIO46TECHNICIANFORHELP
Installation Date
INDOOR EQUIPMENT
Model #
Serial #
Equipment interface module, thermostats and outdoor sensor
4OCOMPLYWITH&##AND)NDUSTRY#ANADA2&EXPOSURELIMITSFORGENERALPOPULATIONUNCONTROLLEDEXPOSURETHEANTENNAS
USEDFORTHESETRANSMITTERSMUSTBEINSTALLEDTOPROVIDEASEPARATIONDISTANCEOFATLEASTCMFROMALLPERSONSANDMUST
OUTDOOR EQUIPMENT
Model #
Serial #
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69-2687EFS—01
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ComfortNet™ Communicating Thermostat
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not be co-located or operating in conjunction with any other antenna or transmitter.
Portable Comfort Control
4HISPORTABLETRANSMITTERWITHITSANTENNACOMPLIESWITH&##AND)NDUSTRY#ANADA2&EXPOSURELIMITSFORGENERALPOPULATION
UNCONTROLLEDEXPOSURE4HISDEVICEMUSTNOTBECOLOCATEDOROPERATINGINCONJUNCTIONWITHANYOTHERANTENNAORTRANSMITTER
Section 7.1.2 of RSS-GEN
5NDER)NDUSTRY#ANADAREGULATIONSTHISRADIOTRANSMITTERMAYONLYOPERATEUSINGANANTENNAOFTYPEANDMAXIMUMOR
LESSERGAINAPPROVEDFORTHETRANSMITTERBY)NDUSTRY#ANADA4OREDUCEPOTENTIALRADIOINTERFERENCETOOTHERUSERSTHE
antenna type and its gain should be so chosen that the equivalent isotropically radiated power (e.i.r.p.) is not more than that
NECESSARYFORSUCCESSFULCOMMUNICATION
Section 7.1.3 of RSS-GEN
/PERATIONISSUBJECTTOTHEFOLLOWINGTWOCONDITIONS
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THISDEVICEMAYNOTCAUSEINTERFERENCEAND
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THISDEVICEMUSTACCEPTANYINTERFERENCEINCLUDINGINTERFERENCETHATMAYCAUSEUNDESIREDOPERATIONOFTHEDEVICE
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