DeVillbiss Air Power Company 2225CWH Pressure Washer User Manual

PROGRAMMABLE
THERMOSTAT
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AM
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Owners Manual
Model 43154
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Congratulations!
Your new Climate Technology thermostat will provide years of reliable service. By saving
energy, your thermostat will pay for itself during its first season of use. Thank you for buying
a Climate Technology product!
Please read this manual for complete instructions on installing and operating your thermostat. If you require further assistance, call Climate Technology Technical Support at 1-800676-7861 from 8am to 5pm Central Time.
ENERGY STAR® PARTNER
As an ENERGY STAR® Partner, Climate Technology Corp. has determined that this programmable
thermostat meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy efficiency.
IMPORTANT INFORMATION
1. This thermostat is designed to work on the following systems:
Gas - Standing Pilot
Single Stage Heat Pumps - with no auxiliary heat
Gas - Electronic Ignition
Electric Furnace
Gas - Fired Boilers
Electric Air Conditioning
Gas - Milivolt Systems
Oil - Fired Boilers
This thermostat will NOT control multi-stage heat pumps
Oil - Fired Furnace
or 110/220 V baseboard electric heating systems.
2. Temperature Range
This thermostat can be programmed between 45˚F and 95˚F (7˚C and 35˚C). It will display
room temperatures from 30˚F to 99˚F (0˚C and 37˚C). “HI” will be displayed if the temperature is higher than 99˚F (37˚C), and “LO” will be displayed if the temperature is lower than
30˚F (0˚C).
INSTALLATION
What You Need
This thermostat includes two #8 slotted screws and two wall anchors for mounting. To install
your thermostat, you should have the following tools and materials.
■
■
■
■
■
Slotted Screwdriver(s)
Small Philips screwdriver
Hammer
Electric drill and 3/16” bit
Two 1.5 V (AA) size alkaline batteries
This thermostat will automatically cut-off in Heat mode if the temperature rises above 95˚F
(35˚C), and automatically cut-off in Cool mode if the temperature drops below 40˚F (4˚C).
Remove Old Thermostat
3. Compressor Protection
This thermostat provides a 3.5 minute delay after shutting off the cooling system before it
can be restarted. This feature will prevent damage to your compressor caused by rapid
cycling. It does not prevent a rapid compressor restart due to short power outages.
■ IMPORTANT! Turn off the power to the furnace at the main power panel or at the furnace.
4. Battery Warning
Two fresh AA alkaline batteries should provide well over one year of service. However, when
the batteries become drained, the Low Battery Indicator will flash on the display. When this
message occurs, install new alkaline batteries. You have approximately 1 minute to change
the batteries and keep thermostat’s clock and program settings. Once the batteries have
become too low to ensure proper operation, your system will be turned Off, and the display
will be cleared except for flashing Low Battery Indicator on the LCD display.
CAUTION: When only the battery icon flashes on the display, the thermostat is shut down, and your system will no longer operate. In this
condition, there is no temperature control of your dwelling.
CAUTION: Do not remove any wiring from existing thermostat before reading the instructions carefully. Wires must be labeled prior to removal.
■ Remove existing thermostat cover and thermostat. See Figure 1. Some thermostats will have
screws or other locking devices that must first be removed. Once the wall mounting plate is
exposed, look for wires.
If wires are not visible, they may be connected to the back of the wallplate. Again, look for screws, tabs,
etc. Some models have doors that open to expose wires and mounting screws. See Figure 1.
Typical Home Thermostats
Wall Mounting Plate
Thermostat
Cover
Thermostat
Cover
NOTE: The INDIGLO® night-light will not function when the thermostat is in low
battery condition.
NOTE: If you plan to be away from the premises over 30 days, we recommend that
you replace the old batteries with new alkaline batteries prior to leaving.
Wall Mounting Plate
FEATURES
Figure 1
Day / Time Key: Used for entering the Clock
setting mode. Use with the Up and Down keys
to set the time and day.
Front Door: Covers keys when not used for neat
appearance. Open by lifting from the bottom
Wire Labeling
LCD Display: Shows
Time, Day, Temperature,
Program Number, and
other feature information
as required.
Up and Down Keys: Keys for
changing the Temperature
setting. Also used for increasing
and decreasing selections in the
Time, Program, and Span
functions.
Low Battery Indicator:
Flashes when batteries
need to be replaced.
System Switch:
Selector switch for
Heat, Cool, and Off
Program Key: Used for entering
and modifying Programs. Use
with the Up and Down keys to
set times and temperatures.
Press when in Clock setting
mode to select between 12 and
24 hour clock modes.
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AM
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Fan Switch: Fan
switch for Automatic
or Continuous fan
operation.
system
heat
cool
off
filter
fan
Battery Compartment:
Front access allows
easy insertion of two
AA 1.5V batteries.
program
day/time
Filter Key: Resets filter change
counter to zero.
reset
auto
on
Reset: Press with a paper clip to reset the
thermostat and return to power-up settings.
hold
/return
Battery Release Lever:
Push to pop batteries loose.
Hold / Return Key: Used for
setting a permanent (vacation)
hold, and for returning to the
normal display from Day & Time
setting, Programming, or Span
setting modes.
■ Each wire coming from the wall to the existing thermostat is connected to a terminal point on
that thermostat. Each of these terminal points is usually marked with a code letter as shown
in Table A below.
■ Note that this thermostat has multiple function terminals that allow Single-Stage Heat Pump
capability. Standard systems use: Rh, Rc, G, W. [Single-Stage Heat Pumps use: Rh, Y1, G, and O
or B.] Table A below shows the multiple functions of the terminals. Use the terminals that
match your system.
■ The number of wires in your system can be as few as two (for heat only systems), as many as
eight, or any number in between. If you follow the labeling procedures correctly, you do not
have to be concerned about how many wires there are.
■ There is often no terminal marking on the existing thermostat of
two wire, heat only systems. Just connect either of the wires to
the RH terminal, then connect the other wire to the W terminal to
complete the circuit.
W
G Y
RH
RC
■ IMPORTANT! BEFORE DISCONNECTING ANY WIRES, APPLY THE
SELF-ADHESIVE LABELS PROVIDED TO THE WIRE AS SHOWN IN
TABLE A BELOW. (For example, attach the label marked W to the
wire that goes to the W or H terminal on your existing thermostat.) IGNORE THE COLOR OF THE WIRES since these do not always comply with the standard.
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Wire Labeling (Continued)
■ After labeling wires, disconnect them from the existing thermostat terminals.
■ Remove existing wallplate. To make sure wires do not fall back into wall opening, you may
want to tape them to the wall.
■ If hole in wall is larger than necessary for wires, seal this hole with insulating material so that
no hot or cold air can enter the back of the thermostat from the wall. This air could cause a
false thermostat reading.
RH
x
RH
RC
x
RC
G
x
G
x
Y/O
W/B
Y1
Table A
NOTE: Do not connect a “Common” wire (sometimes labeled “C”) to any terminal on
this thermostat. Tape up the wire and do not use. This wire provides electricity to nonbattery powered thermostats.
Mount Wallplate and Thermostat
■ Remove the wallplate from your thermostat by pressing the release tab on the bottom of the
thermostat. See Figure 2.
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4-wire Heat/Cool System
Wallplate
Terminals
G
System
Selector
Jumper
Rc
Rh
Y/O
W/B
X
X
Heat/Cool
24V Supply
Fan
Relay
Wallplate
Terminals
G
Heat Relay
or Valve
Cool
Contactor
System
Selector
No Jumper
Rc
STD – HP
Y1
Rh
Y/O
W/B
STD – HP
Y1
X
Fan
Relay
Heat 24V
Supply
Cool 24V
Supply
Cool
Contactor
Heat Relay
or Valve
System
Selector
Jumper
X
Cool
Mode
OR
Heat
Mode
Connect to Proper Reversing
Valve Terminal. See Table A
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Setting Day and Time (Continued)
Cooling
Day
STEP 2:
day/time
■ Press again to change from hour setting to
minute setting. The current minute will be
flashing.
M
PM
■ Press to change the Minute up or down to
the current minute.
STEP 3:
Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Program 4
Monday –
Time
Time
Time
Time
Friday
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Saturday –
Time
Time
Time
Time
Sunday
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Revising Programs
day/time
■ Press again to change from minute setting
to day setting. The current day will be flashing.
■ Familiarize yourself with manually changing programs, so that you can easily modify the
programs as your comfort needs change. Follow the steps below to change the program times
and temperatures.
M
PM
NOTE: 1) The program time can be set in 10-minute increments.
2) The program temperature can be set in increments of 1˚F (1˚C).
3) After 15 seconds without a key press, the thermostat will return
to normal display mode.
4) When setting the program time, note the AM / PM indicator.
■ Press to change the Day up or down to the
current day.
STEP 4:
day/time
■ Press again to change back to the
normal display.
SA
STEP 1:
PM
or
system
heat
2
hold
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/return
NOTE: You may press
hold
off
cool
■ Slide the System Switch to the HEAT or
COOL position to program the corresponding system.
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PM
NOTE: If the System Switch is in the OFF
position, the last position used will be
programmed.
at any time during Day and Time setting to return to
/return
the normal display.
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STEP 2:
12 Hr. / 24 Hr. Time Format
Your thermostat is set from the factory in normal 12 (AM / PM) time format. To change to 24
program
hour (military) time, press program at any time while the Hour, Minute, or Day is flashing to
toggle between the 12 hour and 24 hour formats. The AM / PM indicator will not be displayed in
24 hour mode. Both the current time and all programs will automatically change to the selected
format.
■ Press to enter program mode. HEAT or COOL
will be displayed on the LCD.
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AM
1
STEP 3:
■ The Program hour and AM or PM indicator
are flashing. Press to change the hour.
HEAT
PROGRAMMING
The following time and temperature settings are pre-programmed into the thermostat:
Temperature in C˚ (F˚)
Program Number
Time
Heat
Cool
1
6:00 am
68˚F (20˚C)
78˚F (26˚C)
STEP 4:
program
■ Press again to change to the minute position. The current minute will be flashing.
M T W TH F
AM
■ Press to change the minute.
1
HEAT
2
8:00 am
60˚F (16˚C)
85˚F (29˚C)
3
4:00 pm
68˚F (20˚C)
78˚F (26˚C)
4
10:00 pm
60˚F (16˚C)
82˚F (28˚C)
STEP 5:
program
■ All 7 days of the week have the same default programs.
■ Press again to change to the program temperature. The current temperature will be
flashing.
M T W TH F
AM
■ Press to change the temperature.
■ You can revise the factory programs to match your own schedule. Use this Personal Program
Schedule to determine which times and temperature settings match your comfort and energy
saving requirements. Use a pencil so you can revise your records each time you change your
program settings.
STEP 6:
program
Program 1
Program 2
Program 3
Program 4
Monday –
Time
Time
Time
Time
Friday
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
Saturday –
Time
Time
Time
Time
Sunday
Temp
Temp
Temp
Temp
■ Press again to move to the next program number.
■ Repeat Steps 3 through 5 to change the remaining Weekday and
Weekend programs. (There are a total of 8 programs.)
Heating
Day
1
HEAT
Personal Program Schedule
program
hold
/return
■ After cycling through all 8 programs, press again to return the
display to normal.
■ Press at any time to exit the Program Mode.
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Reviewing Programs
Filter Change Indicator
To review your program settings, press program repeatedly to cycle through the programs.
Your thermostat measures the number of hours your heating and cooling system has been in
use. To maximize your system’s performance and energy efficiency, change or clean your filter
regularly.
You can also make changes at any time.
■ When the total system runtime for heat and
cool reaches 400 hours, the Filter Change
Indicator will flash as a reminder to check
your system’s filter.
System Selector Switch
The System Selector switch on the front of the thermostat
determines the operating mode of the thermostat. You may
select COOL, OFF, HEAT.
NOTE: Anytime you install or remove the thermostat
from the wallplate, slide the System Selector to the
OFF position to prevent the possibility of a rapid system On-Off.
system
heat
off
filter
cool
The Fan switch should normally be located in the AUTO position. The Fan will be turned on along with normal operation of
your system. In a normal gas or oil furnace, the Fan will be
turned on by your furnace after its warm-up delay. For electric
heat, air conditioning, and heat pump operation, the Fan will
turn on with the system.
To run the Fan on continuously, slide the Fan switch to the ON position.
fan
auto
on
To temporarily change the current set temperature without affecting your program:
■ Press and hold for about 1 second
to enter Manual Override mode. When
display flashes, you can release the key.
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■ Press again to change to your desired Set
Temperature. Hold the key for 2 seconds to
fast-advance the Set Temperature.
hold
■ Press to return to normal mode, or wait 5
seconds for it to return automatically.
/return
COOL TEMP
SA
PM
3
COOL TEMP
To end the Temporary Manual Override:
hold
■ Press, then press again. This will return the set temperature to the current
program set temperature.
/return
To hold your Manual Override for vacation or just an extended period of time:
/return
■ Press to make the current program temperature the HOLD temperature. HOLD
will be displayed on the LCD, and the
Program number
will disappear.
■ Follow the Temporary Manual Override
instructions above to change the Permanent
Manual Override temperature.
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HOLD
TEMP
■ You can confirm the held set temperature by
pressing for less than 1 second.
To end the Permanent Manual Override:
hold
/return
SPAN Setting Mode
Your thermostat is set at the factory to cycle at 1˚F (0.5˚C) above and below the set temperature.
(Span = 2) This setting has been designed to provide a comfortable room temperature under
most all conditions. However, if you find your system cycling too fast or too slow, then the Span
can be adjusted to modify the cycle time.
■ Press to raise the Span to 3. This setting
INCREASES the cycle time by allowing your
system to run LONGER.
■ Press to lower the Span to 1. This setting
DECREASES the cycle time by causing your
system to run SHORTER.
Backlighting (INDIGLO® Night-Light)
Your thermostat has an electroluminescent lamp that backlights the display for easy viewing in
the dark.
When any key is pressed or the System Switch is changed, the display is illuminated.
The display will remain illuminated for 5 seconds after the last key is pressed. This allows the
light to stay on if you need to operate several keys.
Note: If the thermostat is in Low Battery warning condition, the backlight will not
operate. Replace with 2 new alkaline batteries to restore the Backlight function.
Low Battery Warning
Permanent Override
hold
COOL TEMP
The Span settings remain the same for both HEAT and COOL.
The Span can be changed at any time, and is independent of program times
or temperatures.
When batteries are installed in the thermostat, or the Reset key is pressed, the Span is reset back
to setting 2.
■ The current program number will flash to
signify the Temporary Override.
■ At the next program change time, the Temporary Override is cancelled, and the next
program temperature becomes the setpoint
temperature.
2
■ Press and hold BOTH for three seconds. The
display will flash, and SPAN will be displayed on the LCD.
Temporary Manual Override
or
AM
PM
FILTER
Note: Pressing the Filter Key at any time for less than 3 seconds will cause the Filter
indicator to appear on the LCD. This is only to confirm key operation, and the timer is
not affected unless the key is held for greater than 3 seconds.
Fan Switch
or
■ After changing or cleaning the system’s
filter, press and hold the Filter Key for 3
seconds. The display will blink, and the timer
will be reset to zero.
M T W TH F SA SU SET TEMP
■ Press again. The thermostat will return to the current program, and the HOLD
display will be canceled.
Your thermostat has a two-stage low battery warning
system. When the batteries are first detected to be weak,
the first stage low battery warning is indicated by battery
symbol flashing on the LCD display. At your earliest convenience, you need to replace the batteries with 2 new AA
alkaline batteries.
When the batteries become too weak for normal operation,
the thermostat enters the second stage low battery warning
which shuts down the thermostat. In this condition, “BATT”
flashes alone on the display, and the thermostat will turn
your system Off. Your system will remain shut-off until the
batteries are replaced.
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PM
3
HEAT
TEMP
Note: The thermostat will still keep the current time and your programs in memory until
new batteries are installed. After confirming that new batteries have been inserted, the
thermostat will return to normal operation.
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Auto Recovery
TROUBLESHOOTING
Climate Technology’s Auto Recovery feature meets the ENERGY STAR® guidelines for energy
efficiency by allowing the heating or cooling system to recover gradually from an energysaving setpoint temperature to a comfort setpoint temperature.
Auto Recovery calculates how early to turn your system back On, so that the room temperature is already comfortable by the start of the comfort temperature program period. Auto
Recovery works in both Heat and Cool modes.
■ When the thermostat is in Auto Recovery mode, the display will alternate “RECO” with time, and the program
indicator will flash.
■ Auto Recovery can be disabled by sliding the Recovery
switch on the circuit board to disable.
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HEAT TEMP
Problem
Solution
No Display
1. Check battery connections and batteries.
2. Press RESET button with a small pin and hold in
for two seconds.
Entire Display Dims
1. Replace Batteries
Program Does Not Change
at your Desired Setting
1. Check that the time is set properly to “AM” or “PM”.
■ Auto Recovery will not operate if Permanent hold or
Temporary hold is in operation.
■ Auto Recovery can be canceled manually if
HOLD / RETURN is pressed during the recovery
process.
■ Auto Recovery will be canceled and change to Temporary
Manual Override mode if the setpoint is adjusted during
the recovery process.
2. Check that the thermostat is not in Permanent
HOLD mode.
3. Check for the correct day setting.
Auto Fan Does Not
Turn On Properly
1. Move HG/HE selector to correct position.
Heating or Cooling Does
Not Go On or Off
1. Check that the function switch is in the correct
position (“HEAT” or “COOL”).
2. There may be as much as 4-minute delay before
the system turns On – wait and check. (Compressor
protection delay.)
Error Mode
If the thermostat is unable to control your system due to an
unexpected battery problem, the thermostat will enter Error
Mode. In this condition, the thermostat flashes “Err” on the
LCD display, and shuts off your system. To correct this problem, replace the batteries with 2 new AA alkaline batteries,
even if you have recently replaced them. Next, use a paper
clip to press the RESET button next to the keypad. You will
need to reprogram your thermostat and confirm normal
operation.
If Error Mode returns, please call Climate Technology Technical support at 1-800-676-7861 for
further information.
3. Check your circuit breakers and switches to ensure
there is power to the system.
4. Replace batteries.
5. Make sure your furnace blower door is closed properly.
6. If your non-heat pump system only uses 4-wires, be
sure the jumper wire is installed between the RC and
RH terminals.
7. Check the position of the System Selector switch:
Standard or Heat Pump.
Auto Cut Off
Your thermostat will automatically cut-off in Heat mode if the room temperature rises above
95˚F (35˚C). It will cut-off in Cool mode if the room temperature drops below 40˚F (4˚C).
Note that if your system has malfunctioned and no longer responds to thermostat controls,
the Auto Cut-Off will have no effect.
Mechanical Heat Back-Up
This thermostat includes a bi-metal switch that will automatically turn on the Heat when the
temperature reaches about 41° F (5°C).
WARNING: This switch only activates the Heating terminal (W). The system itself must be capable of automatically turning the Fan On. Without
normal Fan operation, severe damage to the heating system could result.
Erratic Display
1. Press the reset button once with a small pin and hold
for two seconds. Then reprogram.
If unit continues to operate
in the Off position
1. Replace unit.
Thermostat permanently
reads “HI”, “LO”, or “ERR”
1. Replace unit.
If you experience any other problems, call 1-800-676-7861 from 8 AM to 5 PM Central Time for
technical assistance.
© 2003 Climate Technolgoy Corp.
41639-01 07/02/2003
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Climate Technology Corp.
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