Aprilaire 8910 Blood Pressure Monitor User Manual

Home Comfort Control™
Model 8910
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Owner’s Manual
Includes Operating
Instructions and
Warranty Information
Table of contents
About your new home comfort control™
Home Comfort Control features . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3
Controls & display overview . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4-5
Equipment control module LEDs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Operation
Select system mode
(EM HEAT/HEAT/OFF/COOL/AUTO) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Change temperature set point . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7
Select fan setting (ON/AUTO/CIRC) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Clean screen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Maintenance reminders . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Screen lockout . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Battery installation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
INDOOR AIR QUALITY FUNCTIONS
Event-Based™ air cleaning . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11-12
Humidity control . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Automatic mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13-14
Manual mode . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15-16
If dehumidification is installed . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17-19
If dehumidification is done with air conditioner . . . 20
Fresh Air . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21-22
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About your new home comfort control™
PROGRAMMING
Set time and date . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Understanding program schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24-25
Progressive recovery . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Changing program schedules . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26-27
Heat Blast™ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Program schedule holds
Temporary . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28-29
Permanent . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Vacation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30-31
SETUP MENU
How to enter the setup menu
to change settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
User system settings table . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33-34
Warranty
Limited warranty . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
Warranty registration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 35
WARNING
Do not use sharp instruments to press touch screen. Only use your fingertips.
home comfort control Features
•Indoor air quality control.
– Humidification automatic or manual control.
– Dehumidification.
– Event-Based™ air cleaning.
– Ventilation with temperature and humidity limits.
•Temperature control.
•Heat Blast™ raises the room temperature 3°F to 5°F.
•Optional wireless outdoor temperature sensor available.
•Large touch screen with adjustable backlight – constant backlight available.
•Message center provides feedback, instructions and service reminders.
•7 day programmability or separately programmable weekday/weekend schedules.
•User interface can be removed from the wall for easy programming (batteries must be installed).
•Front battery door access for fast, easy replacement.
•Displays room temperature, room humidity, temperature setting, and optional outdoor temperature.
•Programmable fan control with fan circulation mode.
•Easy to use temperature control can override program schedule at any time.
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About your new HOME COMFORT CONTROL
About your new HOME COMFORT CONTROL
Controls & display overview – Home Screen
Controls & display overview – MAIN MENU
ROOM TEMPERATURE
Current DAY
OUTDOOR TEMPERATURE
ROOM RELATIVE HUMIDITY
TEMPERATURE SETTING
FAN MODE
BUTTON
Air Cleaning Button
(Enters EVENT-BASED™ Air
Cleaning Control Screen)
FAN MODE
SETTING
Humidity Control Button
(Enters Humidity Control Screen)
SYSTEM MODE
BUTTON
Fresh Air Button (Enters
Ventilation Control Screen)
SYSTEM MODE
SETTING
Temperature ADJUSTMENT
IndicatorS show through housing
EQUIPMENT
STATUS
HEAT PUMP ONLY
Emergency heat or
AUXILIARY HEAT (RED)
System FAULT (YELLOW)
MESSAGE
CENTER
MAINTENANCE REMINDER
(YELLOW FLASHING)
(SCROLLING TEXT)
HOLD BUTTON
(SETS OR CLEARS HOLD)
LOW BATTERY INDICATOR
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SET VACATION HOLD
(HOLD–TO TIME AND DATE)
SET SCHEDULE
BUTTON
CURRENT TIME & DATE
HEAT BLAST BUTTON
MAIN MENU BUTTON
Note: Backlight is activated with first button press and automatically turns off.
SET CURRENT
TIME AND DATE
CLEAN SCREEN
(LOCKOUT TOUCH
SCREEN FOR 30
SECONDS)
DONE BUTTON
(EXIT MENU)
USER SYSTEM SETTINGS
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About your new HOME COMFORT CONTROL
Operation
Equipment Control Module LEDs
Select system mode
POWER/STATUS – On solid during normal operation. Flashes
when connection to the Home Comfort Control is lost, and at
power-up while the connection is being established.
(EM HEAT/HEAT/OFF/COOL/AUTO)
Change temperature set point
HEATING – On when heating outputs are active.
COOLING – On when cooling outputs are active.
FAN – On when fan output is active.
HUMIDIFIER – On when humidifier output is active.
DEHUMIDIFIER – On when dehumidifier output is active.
VENTILATION – On when ventilation output is active.
AIR CLEANING – On when air cleaner output is active.
Press [MODE] to select:
EM HEAT: (only for heat pumps with auxiliary heat) Home
Comfort Control controls auxiliary heat. Heat pump will not
operate in EM HEAT mode.
HEAT: Home Comfort Control controls only the heating system.
Press
or
to adjust the current set point.
(See Program Schedule Holds on pages 28-31 for
more information.)
OFF: Heating and cooling systems are off.
COOL: Home Comfort Control controls only the cooling system.
AUTO: (if enabled in installer setup) Home Comfort Control
automatically selects heating or cooling depending on the
indoor temperature.
Press [DONE] to save and exit, Or [CANCEL] to exit without
saving. The Home Comfort Control will save and exit if nothing
is pressed within 10 seconds.
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Operation
Select fan setting (ON/AUTO/CIRC)
When the fan mode is changed during a program event
it remains in that mode until the next event starts. The
fan must be programmed to FAN ON in the schedule to
run continuously through all events.
Operation
Clean Screen
Press [MENU] to enter the main menu.
Press [CLEAN SCREEN] to disable the touch screen
for 30 seconds for cleaning.
Note: Use a soft damp cloth to clean the screen. Use
water or household glass cleaner. Do not spray liquids
directly on the screen.
MAINTENANCE REMINDERS
Maintenance reminders are set up by the installer to
indicate when the equipment is due for service. If a
maintenance reminder is displayed, call your HVAC dealer for service. They can be cleared by pressing
[MENU] to enter the main menu. Press
and
select YES to Service Reminders and then press [Next].
Press
and
to select YES for each reminder
you would like to reset. Press [Next] to go to the next
reminder or [Back] to go to a previous reminder. Press
[DONE] to reset the selected service reminders.
SCREEN LOCKOUT
The user can disable certain features of the Home
Comfort Control. (See User System Setting Table on
pages 33-34 for details.) This feature can be overridden
by pressing and holding [MENU] for 7 seconds.
Press [FAN] to select:
ON: Fan runs continuously. Use this mode for maximum
air circulation/filtering.
AUTO: Fan runs only when the heating or cooling
system is on.
CIRC: Same as AUTO, but ensures the fan is on for at
least 30 minutes per hour. Use this mode for a balance
of energy savings and air circulation/cleaning.
Press [DONE] to save and exit, Or [CANCEL] to exit
without saving. The Home Comfort Control will save and
exit if nothing is pressed within 10 seconds.
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Operation
indoor air quality Functions
Battery installation
Event-Based™ AIR CLEANING
Batteries are not required for proper operation. The user
interface is powered from the Equipment Control Module.
Batteries provide back-up for the clock in the event of a
power loss.
RESET
BUTTON
Press [AIR CLEANING] on the Home screen to enter
the Air Cleaning screen.
The Home Comfort Control has a memory backup that
saves the Home Comfort Control’s settings in case of a
power interruption. The system settings will be retained
but the clock will reset after 90 seconds with no battery
or Equipment Control Module power.
Event Clean (3 hour cycle): When selected, the air
cleaner will run for 3 hours continuously and then return
to the most recent mode of Off, Automatic, or Constant
Clean. This option only cleans the air when needed; an
example would be after vacuuming.
The reset button located under the battery cover can
be used to reset the Home Comfort Control to factory
defaults.
WARNING
The reset button should only be used by the installer.
Automatic: The air cleaner will run a minimum of
30 minutes every hour. The air cleaner will monitor
the amount of time your heating and cooling system
runs; if 30 minutes is not reached the air cleaner will
automatically turn on. This will maximize the amount of
air cleaning while minimizing energy consumption.
If installed, air cleaning can operate in five different
modes. Air cleaning will activate the fan for the purpose
of air cleaning.
Off: The air cleaner will not call the fan for the purpose
of air cleaning. Note: If air cleaning is installed, air
cleaning will still occur during normal fan operation
during heating, cooling or other indoor air quality events.
Allergies (24 hour cycle): When seasonal allergies
spike and outside air quality is at its worst, choose
this option. Your air cleaner will run continuously for
24 hours, then return to the most recent mode of Off,
Automatic, or Constant Clean.
Note: The Home Comfort Control will manage fan and
air cleaning selections when the selections overlap.
Constant Clean: This option will provide the maximum
amount of air cleaning available. The air cleaner will be
active for 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
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indoor air quality Functions
indoor air quality Functions
Event-Based™ AIR CLEANING (continued)
Humidity Control
Air Cleaning Screen
Press [HUMIDITY CONTROL] on the Home screen to
enter the Humidity Control screen.
The humidity setting needs to be set initially to
meet your home’s conditions. Please follow these
steps when adjusting your control.
Air Cleaning Mode
Selection
Air Cleaning Mode
Adjustment
The Humidity Control screen can be used to control both
humidification and dehumidification.
Cancel Button
(Exit Air Cleaning)
Done Button (Save Mode
and Exit Air Cleaning)
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In automatic mode you will receive the optimum
amount of humidity so that your home and its
furnishings are protected from the damaging effects
of excess condensation or low humidity during heating
season. The Control automatically adjusts your home’s
RH based on the outdoor temperature.
If humidification is installed it can be controlled in two
modes, automatic or manual.
Automatic or manual mode is configured by the installer.
To determined which mode the Home Comfort Control is
set to, see the diagrams on pages 14 and 16.
1. Adjust the humidity setting to “3” which is within
normal range. During the next 24-48 hours it may
be necessary to adjust the setting for more or less
humidity, depending on your personal comfort and
home’s requirements.
2. During the coldest portion of the first heating
season, minor adjustments may be necessary. This is
dependent upon your home’s construction.
The RH in your home will now be accurately controlled
to meet your needs and should not need further
adjustment during future heating seasons.
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indoor air quality Functions
indoor air quality Functions
Humidity Control (continued)
Humidity Control (continued)
Humidity Control Screen for Humidification in Automatic Mode
In manual mode it is important to anticipate a drop in
outdoor temperature and reduce the setting accordingly
to avoid excessive condensation. Use the following
table to determine the proper RH setting.
Outdoor Temperature/Indoor Relative Humidity
Outside Temperature
Recommended RH
+50°F
50%
+40°F
45%
+30°F
40%
+20°F
35%
+10°F
30%
Humidification Setpoint
0°F
25%
Humidifier Adjustment
-10°F
20%
-20°F
15%
AUTOMATIC MODE:
Indication of HUMIDIFICATION
Setpoint Level
Done Button
(Exit Humidity Control)
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indoor air quality Functions
indoor air quality Functions
Humidity Control (continued)
Humidity Control (continued)
Humidity Control Screen for Humidification in Manual Mode
If dehumidification is installed the Home Comfort
Control can be configured, through the installer set-up,
to control dehumidification with either a whole home
dehumidifier or with the air conditioning.
The Home Comfort Control will allow you to set the
desired humidity (%RH) level in your home and can be
used to turn the dehumidification On or Off.
Humidification Setpoint
Humidifier Adjustment
MANUAL MODE:
SCREEN Cycles recommended Humidification Setpoints
for various outdoor
temperatures
Use the dehumidification adjustment to set the
dehumidification setpoint to 60% when first installed.
Allow dehumidification to run until the initial setpoint
is reached, before deciding if you want to change the
humidity setting.
Your comfort is the best measure of how two adjust
your setting. When first installed, your dehumidifier
has to remove all the moisture that is initially in your
home. The home acts like a sponge so the moisture in
the materials of your home is at the same level as the
air. After drying the air, the materials of the home will
release the moisture back into the air until they are
again at the same level. As a result, it is not uncommon
for dehumidification to operate for an extended period
of time when it is first installed.
Raise the setting if you prefer the air to be
less dry; this will reduce the amount of time that
dehumidification runs.
Lower the setting if you prefer the air to be
more dry; this will increase the amount of time that
dehumidification runs.
Done Button
(Exit Humidity Control)
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indoor air quality Functions
indoor air quality Functions
Humidity Control (continued)
Humidity Control (continued)
Energy Saving Tip #1:
Energy Saving Tip #2:
Adjust the setting to be as high as is comfortable to
reduce dehumidification run time – if it feels clammy or
smells damp or moldy lower the setting. To save energy,
turn the dehumidifier control OFF when you open your
windows just as you would with air conditioning.
If vacating your home for an extended period in
the summer, set the RH at 60% and set the cooling
setpoint as high as you are comfortable setting it to in
cooling mode. Consult with appropriate professionals
regarding the highest temperature that is safe for your
pets or possessions. This will keep the humidity at a
controlled level to help prevent mold while minimizing
the amount of the cooling energy used. Vacation hold
is a convenient way to adjust the dehumidification and
cooling setpoint when you will be away.
Humidity Control Screen with only Dehumidification Installed
Dehumidification Setpoint
Dehumidifier Adjustment
Done Button
(Exit Humidity Control)
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indoor air quality Functions
indoor air quality Functions
Humidity Control (continued)
Fresh Air
If dehumidification is done with the air conditioner, the Home Comfort Control will cool up to 3°F beyond the
cooling setpoint for dehumidification. Note overcooling may not be sufficient to meet to dehumidification setpoint.
Press [FRESH AIR] on the Home screen to enter the
Fresh Air screen.
If ventilation is installed, Fresh Air can operate in four
different modes.
Off: Ventilation will not run.
Automatic: Ventilation will cycle based on the
parameters set by the installer to meet your home’s
ventilation requirements.
3 Hour Event: Ventilation will be constantly energized
for 3 hours and then the fresh air mode will return to
Off or Auto (Hourly) depending on which was mode was
most recently active. This option is used when fresh air
is needed. An example would be after cooking.
24 Hour Event: Ventilation will be constantly energized
for 24 hours and then the fresh air mode will return to
Off or Auto (Hourly) depending on which was mode was
most recently active. This option is used when a large
amount of fresh air is desired. An example would be a
day with desirable outdoor conditions.
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indoor air quality Functions
PROGRAMMING
Fresh Air (continued)
Set TIME and Date
Fresh Air Screen
Press [MENU] to enter the main menu.
Press
or
to set the hour.
Press [SET CLK/DATE] to enter clock menu.
Fresh Air Mode Selection
Fresh Air Mode Adjustment
Cancel Button
(Exit Fresh Air)
Press [Next], then
or
to set the minute.
Press [Next], then
or
to set the month.
Press [Next], then
or
to set the day.
Press [Next], then
or
to set the year.
Press [DONE] to save and exit, Or [CANCEL] to exit
without saving. The Home Comfort Control will save and
exit if nothing is pressed within 20 seconds.
Done Button (Save Mode
and Exit Fresh Air)
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PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
Understanding program schedules
Understanding program schedules (continued)
The daily schedule is split into four sections:
Optionally, the Home Comfort Control can be set to a two event schedule. (See Setup Menu on page 32.)
WAKE: temperature you would prefer to wake up to.
LEAVE: temperature when you are away from the house.
Event designator
WAKE
LEAVE
RETURN: temperature you would prefer to return home to.
SLEEP: temperature you would prefer while sleeping.
The times shown in the table below are the defaults. The start time and temperature of each section can be changed
to fit your schedule. (See Changing Program Schedules section on pages 26-27.)
This Home Comfort Control is pre-set to use the following program settings (see table below). We recommend these
settings, since they can reduce your heating/cooling expenses. The fan program is pre-set to AUTO for all events.
Set temperature
Start time
6:00AM
10:00PM
Set temperature
Heat
Cool
70°F (21°C)
78°F (26°C)
62°F (17°C)
82°F (28°C)
Fan
AUTO
AUTO
Use the table below to assist in modifying the schedule.
Set temperature
Event designator
Start time
Heat
Cool
Fan
WAKE
LEAVE
Event designator
Start time
Heat
Cool
Fan
RETURN
WAKE
6:00AM
70°F (21°C)
78°F (26°C)
AUTO
SLEEP
LEAVE
8:00AM
62°F (17°C)
85°F (29°C)
AUTO
RETURN
5:00PM
70°F (21°C)
78°F (26°C)
AUTO
SLEEP
10:00PM
62°F (17°C)
82°F (28°C)
AUTO
Progressive recovery
The Progressive Recovery feature allows the Home Comfort Control to activate the heating and cooling equipment
PRIOR to a scheduled event in order to reach the desired temperature at the start of that scheduled event.
Example: If the WAKE time is 6 am, and the temperature is 70°, the heat will come on before 6 am, so the
temperature is 70° by the time you wake at 6 am.
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PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
Changing program schedules
Changing program schedules (continued)
Press [MENU] to enter the main menu.
Press [SET SCHEDULE] to enter schedule programming.
Press
or
Press [Next], then
the first event.
or
to set the start time of
Press [Next], then
the first event.
or
to set the setpoints of
Press [Next], then [FAN] to set the fan mode of the
first event.
to select the day.
Press [Next] to advance to the next event.
Repeat above process for each remaining event.
Press [DONE] to save the schedule for the day.
Note: This step is not displayed for weekday/weekend
schedules.
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The Home Comfort Control will display the COPY option.
Press [COPY] to copy the schedule of the day just
programmed to any other day.
OR
Press [CANCEL] to proceed to the next day and repeat
the above process.
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PROGRAMMING
Heat Blast™
Heat Blast will raise the current room temperature 3°F
to 5°F based on the installer set-up, and then resume
normal operation.
™
Press [Heat Blast] to activate Heat Blast.
PROGRAMMING
Program schedule holds – temporary
Temporary program hold
Press
or
to immediately adjust the temperature
when the schedule is running. This will temporarily hold
the temperature setting until the next scheduled event.
Program schedule holds – temporary
(continued)
Press
or
to adjust the end time of the hold. If
end time is not adjusted, the Temporary Hold will end at
the start of the next event.
Note: Heat Blast button is only available if it is enabled
in the Installer Setup and the Home Comfort Control is
in Heat or Emergency Heat mode.
Program schedule holds – permanent
Permanent program hold
Press [HOLD] to permanently hold the temperature at
its current setting while the schedule is running. This
will override the temperature settings for all events.
With the Home Comfort Control in Permanent Hold, the
temperature setting and fan mode can be adjusted and
will stay at that setting until the hold is cancelled.
To cancel Heat Blast
press [CANCEL], or
[Heat Blast], or the
temperature adjust
buttons.
To cancel the Temporary Hold, press [CANCEL HOLD].
To cancel the Permanent Hold, press [CANCEL HOLD].
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PROGRAMMING
PROGRAMMING
Program schedule holds – VACATION
Program schedule holds – VACATION (continued)
Vacation program hold
Press [NEXT], then adjust the dehumidification setting.
This energy saving feature allows you to suspend the
programmed schedule for extended periods of time. The
temperature and dehumidification setpoint (optional)
you select will be maintained 24 hours a day until the
vacation program hold end date and time. Once the
end date and time have been surpassed, the previously
programmed schedule will resume. If you return earlier
than expected, press [CANCEL HOLD] to resume the
programmed schedule.
Note: If dehumidification in vacation mode is not
enabled this step will be skipped.
Press [Next], then [FAN] to set the fan mode.
Press [Next], then
or
to set end date.
Press [Next], then
or
to set end time.
Press [MENU] to enter
the main menu.
Press [SET VACATION]
to enter vacation
program hold.
Press
or
to adjust the
temperature setting.
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Press [DONE] to save and exit, Or [CANCEL] to exit
without saving. The Home Comfort Control will save and
exit if nothing is pressed within 20 seconds.
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SETUP MENU
SETUP MENU
How to enter the setup menu to change settings
User system settings table
Press [MENU] to enter the main menu.
Press [SETUP] to enter the setup menu.
Press
flashes.)
or
to adjust the setting. (Selected option
Press [DONE] to save and exit, Or [CANCEL] to exit
without saving.
The Home Comfort Control will discard changes and exit
if nothing is pressed within 60 seconds.
Press [Next] or [Back] to page through the settings
(the setting is displayed in the message center).
MESSAGE CENTER
(SCROLLING TEXT)
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The following table is the list of the settings and their details. Default settings are shown in bold.
User system
setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold) and setting range
Temperature
scale
Set the Home Comfort Control
to Fahrenheit or Celsius mode
Fahrenheit
Celsius
Screen lockout
Screen lockout level
OFF : No lockout
Partial lockout
Full lockout
Partial lockout type
(only available when Screen
lockout is set to partial lockout)
Allow changes to Fan Mode, System Mode and Setpoints
Allow changes to Fan Mode and Setpoints only
Allow changes to Setpoints only
Max Temp Setpoint Select temperature setpoint
Change in Lockout limits (only available when
screen lockout is set to partial)
3 degrees
0 to 20 degrees
Max Dehum
Setpoint Change in
Lockout
Select dehumidification setpoint 5 percent RH
0 to 15 percent RH
limits (only available when
screen lockout is set to partial)
Events per day
Number of program events
per day.
4 events per day
2 events per day
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SETUP MENU
Home Comfort Control™ FIVE YEAR LIMITED WARRANTY
User system settings table (continued)
Your Research Products Corporation Aprilaire® Home Comfort Control™ is expressly warranted for five (5) years from date of installation to be free
from defects in materials or workmanship.
User system
setting
Description
Factory default setting (bold) and setting range
Research Products Corporation’s exclusive obligation under this warranty shall be to supply, without charge, a replacement for any Home Comfort
Control which is found to be defective within such five (5) year period and which is returned, together with the date of installation, no later than
thirty (30) days after said five (5) year period by you to either your original supplier or to Research Products Corporation, Madison, Wisconsin 53701.
Backlight intensity
Backlight intensity as a
percentage of full on
100
Selection of 0 – 100%
THIS WARRANTY SHALL NOT OBLIGATE RESEARCH PRODUCTS CORPORATION FOR ANY LABOR COSTS AND SHALL NOT APPLY TO DEFECTS IN WORKMANSHIP OR MATERIALS FURNISHED BY YOUR INSTALLER AS CONTRASTED TO DEFECTS IN THE HOME COMFORT CONTROL ITSELF.
Daylight savings
Enable or disable auto daylight
savings
OFF
Second Sunday in March to the first Sunday in November
First Sunday in April to the last Sunday in October
Reset Service
reminders
Clears the Change Air Filter and
HVAC and Dehumidifier Service
reminders if they are active
and resets the start date to the
current date.
Clears the Change Water Panel
reminder if it is active. If the
reminders is set to timed, the
clock will be reset.
No
Yes
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE SHALL BE LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE AFORESAID
FIVE YEAR PERIOD. RESEARCH PRODUCTS CORPORATION’S LIABILITY FOR INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES, OTHER THAN DAMAGES FOR PERSONAL INJURIES, RESULTING FROM ANY BREACH OF THE AFORESAID IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR THE ABOVE LIMITED
WARRANTY IS EXPRESSLY EXCLUDED. THIS LIMITED WARRANTY IS VOID IF DEFECT(S) RESULT FROM FAILURE TO HAVE THIS HOME COMFORT
CONTROL INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED HEATING AND AIR CONDITIONING CONTRACTOR. IF THE LIMITED WARRANTY IS VOID DUE TO FAILURE
TO USE A QUALIFIED CONTRACTOR, ALL DISCLAIMERS OF IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL BE EFFECTIVE UPON INSTALLATION.
Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts or the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages,
so the above exclusions or limitations may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state.
This equipment if installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions, complies with the limits for a Class B computing device
pursuant to Subpart J of Part 15 of FCC Rules.
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Your Warranty Registration information will not be sold or shared outside of this company.
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