Honeywell Magicstat 28 Owners Manual

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PROGRAMMING AND INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS
Welcome to the world of comfortand ® RECYCLING THERMOSTAT
energy savings with your new Honeywell
MagicStat™ programmable thermostat. If this thermostat is replacing a thermostat
Your new thermostat will automatically that contains mercury in a sealed tube (see
control the temperature in your home, ilustration below), do not place your old
“keeping you comfortable while saving energy thermostat in the trash. Contact your local waste
when programmed according to the instruc- management authority for instructions regarding
tions in this manual. recycling and the proper disposal of your old
Direct any questions conceming the thermostat.
application of this thermostat to Honeywell If vou have questions. call
Customer Assistance at 1-800-468-1502, at 1-800-468-1502. ; Honeywell Inc.
Monday-Friday 7:00 a.m.-5:30 )p. m. , Central
time.
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Table Of Contents
STEP 1 Prepare For installation 2
STEP 2 Remove Old Thermostat | 4
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8
STEP 3 Install The Batteries
STEP 4 Program The Thermostat
STEP 5 Adjust Fan Operation Switch, As Required 16 -
STEP 6 Adjust System On-Time, As Required 16
STEP 7 Mount Thermostat Mounting Plate ......... ТВ
STEP 8 Wire Thermostat Terminals 20
STEP 9 Mount The Thermostat ‚24
STEP 10 Check Thermostat Operation After Programming And Installing 25
STEP 11 Set The Fan And System Switches ........ ‘ 27
Troubleshooting Guide | 29
Limited One-Year Warranty | 35
SALMAN Prepare For Installation
[1 Check Table 1 to make sure this thermostat is compatible with your system. If not, return to
retailer. For more information, call Honeywell Customer Assistance, toll-free 1-800-468-1502.
TABLE 1—COMPATIBILITY CHART.
System Type Compatible With CT2800
Gas—Standing Pilot Yes
Gas—eElectronic Ignition Yes
Gas-Fired Boilers Yes ZN A
Gas—Millivolt No
Oif-Fired Boilers Yes /N /\
Qil-Fired Furnace Yes
Electric Furnace Yes
Electric Air Conditioning Yes
Baseboard Electric (120/240 Line Volt) No
Heat Pumps/Multistage Equipment No
Not compatible with any 120/240 volt circuit.
/N Compatible with 2-wire Honeywell zone valves. Isolating relay required for 3-wire thermo-
stats for zone valves. Not compatible with 2-wire White-Rodgers no. 1361 valves.
/A Compatible with hot water baseboard systems. Will not work efficiently on steam or
gravity systems. 2
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[J] Acquire tools and items below as needed. Also purchase two AA alkaline batteries; we
recommend Energizer batteries.
CROSS-RECESSED
SCREWDRIVER HAND OR POWER
DRILL WITH 3/16 INCH
DRILL BIT, IF NEEDED TO
DRILL HOLES IN WALL
WIRE CUTTER/STRIPPER OR SHARP | MASKING TAPE, IF
KNIFE, IF NEEDED TO STRIP WIRES
NEEDED TO LABEL WIRES
AS DISCONNECTED FROM
OLD THERMOSTAT
Ser —le
LEVEL, IF NEEDED TO LEVEL
THERMOSTAT FOR APPEARANCE MB78A
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HI 44 Remove Old Thermostat
— Test to make certain that your heating
and cooling systems are working properly. If
either does not work, contact your local
heating/air conditioning dealer. To avoid
compressor damage, do not operate the
cooling system when outdoor temperature is
below 50° F [10° C].
1 TURN OFF POWER to system at the
furnace, or at the fuse/circuit breaker panel.
[1 Carefully unpack your new thermostat and
mounting plate; save the package of screws,
instructions and receipt.
[1 Remove cover from old thermostat. If it
does not snap off when pulled firmly from the
bottom, check for a screw used to lock on the
cover.
__ Loosen screws holding thermostat to
subbase, wallplate or wall, and lift away.
_ Disconnect wires from old thermostat or
subbase. As you disconnect each wire, use
masking tape to label it with the old terminal
designation. If there are only two wires, they
do not need to be labeled. If there is an extra
wire that is not connected to your old thermo-
stat, you will also not be connecting it to your
new thermostat. Keep the wires from falling
back into the wall by wrapping them around a
pencil as shown. WIRES THROUGH
WALL OPENING
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Replacing a Clock Thermostat that has C
or C1 Clock Terminals?
If you are replacing a Honeywell
Chronotherm™ Thermostat, you may find one
or two wires that go to the C or C1 clock
terminals on the Chronotherm thermostat
wiring waliplate. Do not allow them to touch,
or you may damage your transformer.
Disconnect the wires and wrap them sepa-
rately, using electrical tape. Do not wrap them
together. Place the wires where they will not
interfere with the operation of the new
thermostat. Record the colors and terminal
designation labels of the remaining wires.
Six or more wires?
If there are six or more wires (excluding
clock wires attached to terminals), you
most likely have a variation of a heat pump
or multistage system. The thermostat is
not compatible with such systems so return
the product to the place of purchase. If you
would like information about which program-
mable thermostats will work with your system,
call Honeywell Customer Assistance at
1-800-468-1502.
Three thermostat wires?
If you have three wires for heating only and
can operate the fan using the fan ON switch,
this thermostat will work with your system.
However, some hot water (zoned) heating
systems have three thermostat wires. The
thermostat will not work without installing an
isolating relay on these systems. For details,
call Honeywell Customer Assistance at 1-800-
468-1502.
SALE] Install The Batteries
IMPORTANT
and operation of the thermostat and
heating/cooling system.
Batteries must be installed for programming
[J Purchase two AA alkaline batteries: non-
alkaline batteries will not last as long, and may
leak, causing damage to thermostat or wall
surface. We recommend Energizer batteries.
[1 Make sure the thermostat is set in the OFF
position.
[J Use a coin to remove battery door.
[] Install the fresh batteries as shown,
making sure positive and negative terminals
are oriented correctly.
[J Replace battery door.
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As the batteries are running low, a “bAt Lo”
indicator will flash for 1 to 2 months before
batteries run out completely. Replace the
batteries as soon as possible after the indica-
tor starts flashing. If you do not replace the
batteries sometime during the flashing
“bAt Lo", the indicator will eventually stop
flashing. “bAt Lo” will stay on without flashing,
indicating the thermostat and heating/cooling
system have stopped working and the
batteries are almost completely dead.
After the batteries are completely dead, the
“bAt Lo” indicator will disappear, leaving a
completely blank display.
Press down on left ends of batteries to
remove. If you insert the new batteries within
INSTALL TWO AA ALKALINE
BATTERIES AS SHOWN
20 to 30 seconds of removing the old ones,
you will not have to reprogram the thermostat.
However, if the display is blank, the batteries
are dead or incorrectly installed and you will
have to reprogram. See pages 12 to 13 to
reprogram. |
IMPORTANT
Although the thermostat has a low battery
indicator, replace the batteries once a year
to prevent the thermostat and heating/
cooling system from shutting down due to
lack of battery power.
As a precaution, when leaving home for
longer than a month, change batteries before
you leave to prevent system from shutting
down due to lack of battery power.
MAI Program The Thermostat
After the batteries are installed, the thermostat
can be easily programmed in your hand
before it is installed on the wall.
If you would prefer to program the thermostat
after it is installed on the wall, skip to page 16,
and return later to this programming section.
The following personal programming chart
(pages 10 to 11) may be helpful for planning
your program schedule of time and tempera-
ture settings for various times of the day.
Four time periods are available during
weekdays — “WAKE”, “LEAVE”, “RE-
TURN”, and “SLEEP”. These periods can
- be seen individually on the display as you
press the SET SCHEDULE key.
“WAKE” is the time period you want the
house at a comfortable temperature when
you get up and while you get ready for work
or school. (This will be a higher temperature
during heating season, or a lower tempera-
ture during cooling season.)
“LEAVE” is the time period you can set for
an energy-saving temperature while you are
away at work or school. (This will be a lower
temperature during heating season, or a
higher temperature during cooling season.)
“RETURN” is the time period you want the
house at a comfortable temperature for
activities before bedtime. (Again, higher
heat or lower cool.)
“SLEEP” is the time period you can set for
an energy-saving temperature while you are
sieeping. (Again, lower heat or higher cool.
For more comfortable sleeping, some
people choose not to raise the cool tem-
perature during the night.)
You will set one schedule for weekdays and
another for weekends, because your require-
ments will probably be different for each. Also,
during weekends only the “WAKE” and
“SLEEP” time periods are available.
Fill in the times and temperatures you desire
for weekdays and weekends. If you decide not
to program the thermostat, it will automatically
control heating at 68° F [20° C], and cooling at
78° F [26° C], 24 hours a day. Also, you do not
need to enter a time and temperature program
for all periods if your schedule does not
PROGRAMMING
require it. For example, a house that is occu-
pied during weekdays would only require
programs for “WAKE” and “SLEEP”.
If no program is entered for the weekends, the
thermostat will operate on the weekday
"SLEEP" program all weekend.
When pressing the keys, use the ball of your
finger or a soft pencil eraser. Use of sharp
fingernails or pencil points may damage the
keypad.
If you make an error at any time during
programming, just press the RUN PROGRAM
key, and continue again at the step where you
left off.
Personal Programming Chart
HEATING PROGRAM
Weekdays Start Time Heating Temperature
WAKE
LEAVE
RETURN
SLEEP
Weekends A
WAKE |
SLEEP
A If you decide not to-enter weekend programs, SLEEP from the weekday program
will copy to the weekend schedule. |
Les Fr apres cannot be set any higher than 88° F [31° C] or any lower than
5° ° С].
COOLING PROGRAM
Weekdays Start Time | Cooling Temperature
WAKE * Ns
LEAVE
RETURN
SLEEP
Weekends /\
WAKE
SLEEP
ZA If you decide not to enter weekend programs, SLEEP from the weekday program will copy to
the weekend schedule.
{X The temperatures cannot be set any higher than 88° F [31° C] or any lower than 45° F [7° CI.
NOTE: If you decide not to program the thermostat, it will automatically contro! heating at
68° F [20° C], and cooling at 78° F [26° С], 24 hours a day.
PROGRAMMING 11
This guide can be used for programming your new thermostat.
NOTE: Batteries are required for operation and programming. When inserting batteries, set
system switch to OFF. Remove battery door (on thermostat left side) using a coin at the
bottom..Follow instructions on pages 6 to 7.
Set Current Time/Day Time
until current time shows; to set day,
press and release УЗЫ адат, | — | until current day shows; then press ETS
Heating Program
With system switch at HEAT, press and release [HIM once. “WAKE”, Mon-Fri and “SET”
appear on display.
to program “WAKE” time and
to program
Temp
“WAKE” time and
for “SLEEP”.
=— | to program “WAKE” temperature for Sat-Sun. Repeat sequence
Cooling Program
With system switch at COOL, follow same instructions as for Heating Program.
After programming, adjust fan and system switches as desired. Press and release
start the program.
PROGRAMMING 13
A quick guide for operating or making changes follows:
NOTE: System switch must be set to Heat or Cool to perform the following:
Temp
A
Temporarily Change temperature for current period only—|===|; Temporary indicator will
|
show on display; will cancel itself at next scheduled change, or to cancel sooner, press 89%
An
Temp
A
, | —— | ; to cancel press
-
Hold a temperature indefinitely—
Check Current Temperature Setting—
or HOLD, pressing this wilkcancel your change.)
Check Programs— repeatedly to see each time and temperature; then
Time
Cancel a program— until program to cancel shows; then| —— | together.
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Permanently Change a program—Repeat steps under Heating Program or Cooling Program
(pages 12 to13) as applicable.
Return to normal program or start program —
PROGRAMMING 15
# Questions?
A Call Honeywell
4 Customer Assistance
SLI] Adjust Fan Operation Switch, As Required
[1 The thermostat fan operation switch, labeled electric heat system, set the switch to “E”. The
FUEL SWITCH (see illustration on page 17) is “E” setting will allow the fan to tum on immedi-
factory-set in the “F” position. This is the correct . ately with the heating or cooling in a system
setting for most systems. If your system is an where the “G” terminal is connected.
SII Adjust System On-Time, As Required
[J The system on-time is factory-set for a warm approximately 360° counterclockwise, or about
air, gas or oil heating system. If you are installing опе complete tum.
it on another type of system, the system on-time | |
must be adjusted accordingly by setting screws A In the unlikely event that you want longer furnace
and B on the back of the thermostat. Use the on-time, readjust screws A and/or B as follows:
heating system table shown in the illustration. |
(page 17) as a guide. The system on-time should First, tum both screws in completely, then adjust
be optimized according to the type of system to for system type:
minimize room temperature swings. Setting the * Warm Air Furnace—Set at the Hot Water
screw “out one turn” means turning the screw setting, (A - out one tum, B - in).
* Electric Furnace—Leave at the Warm Air
Fumace setting (A - in, B - in).
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NOTE: This thermostat does not have a setting for steam/gravity air. Cycies would not be long
enough for accurate temperature control.
IMPORTANT — | |
When using a high efficiency THERMOSTAT BACK o ===>
furnace such as a 90 percent or - mL
Cl ADJUST SCREWS THROUGH HOLES
7 TO SELECT OPERATION DESIRED
FUEL SWITCH
A HEATING SYSTEM JL SAIT
greater AFUE (Average Fuel |
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screw A OUT ONE TURN and | HOT WATER [4-0U7 [a- F
screw B IN. E ELECTRIC lo E
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17 | INSTALLATION
11:04 Mount Thermostat Mounting Plate
[J Position mounting plate on wall. Use a level WALL
to make sure mounting plate is level. Use a ANCHORS (2)
pencil to mark the two mounting holes.
MOUNTING
PLATE
«
— MOUNTING
M1718 SCREWS (2)
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[1 Remove mounting plate from wall, and drill | LEVEL
3/16 inch holes in wall (if drywall) as marked. = ES ES
For firmer material such as plaster or wood, — с
drill 7/32 inch holes. Gently tap anchors 5 я 110
(provided) into drilled holes until flush with the
wall.
[J Reposition mounting plate over holes, | i 0
pulling wires through wiring opening. Loosely
insert two mounting screws into holes.
[1 Level for appearance only; thermostat will _
M1714A
function properly even when not level. Tighten
mounting screws.
19 INSTALLATION
SALE] Wire Thermostat Terminals
NOTE: All wiring must comply with local codes
and ordinances. If unsure about household
wiring procedures, call your local heating/air
conditioning contractor.
Refer to masking tape labels you placed on wires
when you removed your old thermostat.
METHOD TO INCREASE WIRE LENGTH
[1 Match the letter of your old thermostat wire
with the terminal of the corresponding letter on
the back of your new thermostat. Refer to
illustrations on pages 22 to 23. Hold the thermo-
stat as shown to minimize need for wire extend-
ers. If wires are still too short, use wire connec-
nf —]]
—
— Г WIRE NUT SIZE
FOR TWO
18-GAUGE WIRES
0 WIRE
| FROM 6-in. [152 mm} OF
WALL “ 18-GAUGE
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tors (purchased locally) to extend wires. See
illustration (above) for guidelines on using wire
extenders.
[] In 5-wire installations only, be sure to
remove the factory-installed jumper
connecting terminals R and Rc.
1 Loosen the terminal screws and slip each
wire beneath its matching terminal. See
illustration (lower right) for wire insertion
technique. Tighten terminals securely.
CJ Plug the hole in the wall with insulation to
help prevent drafts from adversely affecting
thermostat operation.
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THERMOSTAT
—=—-— WIRE. MATCH
INSULATION
1 COLORS OR
MARK WIRE ENDS.
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) / PROPER WIRING TECHNIQUE
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PROPER WIRING TECHNIQUE
JUMPER (FACTORY -
INSERT INSTALLED) REMOVE
5/18in 1 7? STRAIGHT IF 5-WIRE SYSTEM
[8 mm] UNDER
STRIP SCREW HEAD 94 u
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VISIBLE HERE D ZM M1712A
2-WIRE HEAT-ONLY (JUMPER INTACT)
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\ JUMPER
HEATING
RELAY OR
VALVE COIL
A POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M1709A
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5-WIRE HEAT/COOL (JUMPER REMOVED)
HEATING
RELAY OR
VALVE COIL
COOLING
CONTACTOR
COIL
A A
L1 Li —>
+ (HOT) (HOT)
€ © L2 =p
A POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. MI711A
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4-WIRE HEAT/COOL
HEATING JUMPER
RELAY OR CONTACTOR
VALVE COIL COIL
Li —)
(HOT)
L2 ——>
/N POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M1710A
3-WIRE COOL-ONLY
JUMPER
COOLING
CONTACTOR
COIL
Li
(HOT)
|2 — |
A POWER SUPPLY. PROVIDE DISCONNECT MEANS AND
OVERLOAD PROTECTION AS REQUIRED. M 848
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Sid) Mount The Thermostat
A. ENGAGE TABS AT TOP OF B. PRESS LOWER EDGE
THERMOSTAT AND MOUNTING PLATE. OF CASE TO LATCH.
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NOTE: To remove thermostat from wall, first pull out at
bottom of thermostat, removing top last.
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Check Thermostat Operation After
STEP 10 Programming And Installing
HEATING Cool Off Heat Move the system switch to HEAT and
Do not check heating system E the fan switch to AUTO.
operation by jumpering thermostat Auto On
terminals at the primary control such в 5
as the gas valve, zone valve, or oil ELE
burner control. This will damage the
thermostat. Instead, you could Temp Press key until the setting is about
jumper R and W wires at the | A | 10° F [6° C] above room tempera-
thermostat. — ture. Heating should start and the fan
should run after a short delay
(immediately if fan operation switch is
set in E position).
Temp Press key until setting is about 10° F
| v | [6° C] below room temperature. The
heating equipment should shut off.
25 INSTALLATION
COOLING Cool Of Heat Move the system switch to COOL
E E E
To avoid possible compressor COMM and the fan switch to AUTO.
damage, do not operate the Auto On
cooling system when outside N E
temperature is below 50° F ELE
[10° C]. See compressor manu-
tacturer instructions for further
information.
Press key until setting is about 10°
F [6° C] below room temperature.
The cooling equipment and fan
Temp
ha
NOTE: When cooling setting is should start.
changed, thermostat may delay Temp Press key until the setting is about
| A |
up to five minutes before 10° F [6° C] above room tempera-
turning on the air conditioner. ture. The cooling equipment and
This delay protects the com- fan should stop.
pressor.
Cool Qf Met Move the system switch to OFF
BCE with the fan switch still at AUTO.
Auto On The system and fan should be off.
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ОЙ Set The Fan And System Switches Ao On
First set the fan switch. FAN AUTO: Normal setting for most
homes. A single-speed fan will turn on CO
automaticaily with air conditioner or
furnace. A two-speed fan will usually
run on high with air conditioner and on
low with furnace.
Exception: if Fan Operation Switch on
back of thermostat is set to "E"
position (see page 16), fan will
operate with furnace only.
FAN ON: The fan runs continuously. Auto On
Use for improved air circulation during нии
special occasions or for more efficient
electronic air cleaning. (In a heat-only
system, fan will run continuously only
if fan relay is connected to the
thermostat.)
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Then set the system switch.
COOL: The thermostat controls your
Cool Off Heat
N a N
air conditioning system.
OFF: Both the heating and air
Cool Off Heat
E a “
conditioning systems are off.
HEAT: The thermostat controls your
Cool Off Heat
E я и
heating system.
Troubleshooting Guide
IF...
Display will not come on.
Temperature display will not go lower
than 45° F [7° C] or higher than 88° F
[31° C] during programming.
Temperature change occurs at the
wrong times.
Heating will not come on.
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THEN...
M Set the system switch to OFF. Remove batteries.
Insert backwards for at least five seconds to reset
thermostat. Replace batteries correctly. Display should
come on.
Make sure batteries are fresh and installed correctly.
Gently clean battery contacts using a soft pencil
eraser. Do not use anything abrasive on clips.
You have reached the temperature setting limit.
The setting range is 45° F to 88°F [7° C to 31°C].
EM Check the program times for the period in
question. Be sure that AM and PM indications
are correct. Make sure the current day and time are
correct. Reprogram if necessary.
E Check that switch on thermostat is set to HEAT.
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Heating will not come on (continued).
Cooling will not come on.
The house is too warm or too cool.
SYSTEM ON indicator is lit, but no
heat is coming from the registers.
Check the system fuse or circuit breaker and replace
or reset if necessary.
Check for correct wiring and good connections.
Jumper wires R and W. If heat does not come on,
contact your heating dealer.
If display is blank or says "bAt Lo," install fresh
batteries.
If temperature setting is higher than current tempera-
ture, and SYSTEM ON indicator is lit, contact
Honeywell Customer Assistance at 1-800-468-1502.
Check that switch on thermostat is set to COOL.
Check the system fuse or circuit breaker and replace
or reset if necessary.
Check for correct wiring and good connections.
Jumper wires Rc and Y. If cooling does not come on,
contact your cooling dealer.
If display is blank or says "bAt Lo," install fresh
batteries.
The thermostat has a built-in time delay on cooling.
Allow five to ten minutes after changing the setting
before the air conditioner starts.
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Make sure outdoor disconnect is engaged (on).
If temperature setting is lower than current tempera-
ture, and SYSTEM ON indicator is lit, move system
switch from COOL to OFF for 10 minutes. After 10
minutes, return switch to COOL position. If air
conditioner comes on, compressor may have reached
its high limit temperature protection and shut down. If
air conditioner does not come on after the ten minutes
and the SYSTEM ON indicator is lit, contact Honey-
well Consumer Services at 1-800-468-1502.
If 2- or 4-wire installation, verify that R-Rc jumper is
installed.
Press RUN PROGRAM key to check the current
temperature setting.
If desired, change the temperature setting. See
page 14.
Allow time for the furnace to heat up and the fan to
come on before checking for heat at the register.
(Check to make sure system on-time is set
correctly according to pages 16 and 17.)
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The furnace cycles too frequently,
or the system cycle length
is too short or too long.
The thermostat current
setting does not match the
display temperature to within + 1°.
Incorrect room temperature
showing on thermostat display.
Toll-free Customer Assistance
Readjust system on-time according to instructions on
pages 16 and 17.
Check that the wiring hole in the wall behind the
wallplate has been plugged with insulation to
prevent drafts that might adversely affect
thermostat operation.
Æ Be aware that it is normal for the current setting
and display temperature to differ on occasion.
M During recovery from setback or setup, setting and
display temperatures may differ for up to 30 minutes
after recovery period.
Make sure hole behind thermostat is plugged with
insulation to help prevent drafts from adversely
affecting thermostat operation.
The thermostat is factory-calibrated, and cannot be
adjusted.
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For all questions concerning this thermostat, please read and follow the instructions. If
additional assistance is needed, call Honeywell Customer Assistance toll-free at 1-800-468-
1502, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. - 5:30 p.m. Central time.
Before you call, please have the following information available: thermostat model number
and date code, kind of heating/cooling system (i.e., hot water, warm air, oil, gas, etc.), number of
wires connected to the thermostat.
Regulations, CRC c.1374.
NOTICE
This equipment is a Class B digital apparatus, which complies with Canadian Radio Interference
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Limited One-Year Warranty
Honeywell warrants this product, excluding battery, to be free from defects in the workmanship or materials, under normal use and service,
for a period of one (1) year from the date of purchase by the consumer. if, at any time during the warranty period, the product is defective or
malfunctions, Honeywell shall repair or replace it (at Honeywell's option} within a reasonable period of time.
If the product is defective,
() return it, with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase, to the retailer from which you purchased it, or
(ii) package it carefully, along with proof of purchase (including date of purchase) and a short description of the
malfunction, and mail it, postage prepaid, to the following address:
Honeywell Inc. in Canada: Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée
Retum Goods Department Product Services ON15-FFE
1050 Berkshire Lane 740 Ellesmere Road
Plymouth, MN 55441-4437 Scarborough, Ontaric M1P 2V9
This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs. This warranty shall not apply if it is shown by Honeywell that the defect or
malfunction was caused by damage which occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer.
Honeywell's sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within the terms stated above. HONEYWELL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE
FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND, INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES RESULTING, DIRECTLY
OR INDIRECTLY, FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESS CR IMPLIED, OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT.
Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages, so this limitation may not apply to you.
THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY HONEYWELL MAKES ON THIS PRODUCT. THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED
WARRANTIES, INCLUDING THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IS HEREBY
LIMITED TO THE ONE YEAR DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts,
so the above limitation may not apply to you.
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may have other rights which vary from state to state.
If you have any questions conceming this warranty, please write our Customer Assistance Center, Honeywell Inc., P.O. Box 524, Minneapolis,
MN 55440-0524 or call 1-800-468-1502, Monday-Friday, 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m., Central time. In Canada, write Retail Products ON15-02H,
Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitee, 740 Ellesmere Road, Scarborough, Ontario M1P 2V9.
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TYPICAL ENERGY SAVINGS FOR REPRESENTATIVE CITIES IN THE U.S. AND CANADA
Savings for Once-A-Day Savings for Twice-A-Day N Savings for 5°F [3°]
10°F [5°C] decrease 10°F (5°C] decrease’ summer increase
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3 28% A — o
& %
= © 26% QG ©
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8 Z 7 O
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a И A CA ©
O 2 10% % 2
- E Е
N X 8% =
es 5 6% =
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Si Pau Regina Moneten Clvalarg Das Mond Chicago Жалым Cay Philadelphia Portland Framçsco AYanla
Monirsal Wanipsg Mee Bay Mina — Cmiba Detroit Stlous Seale Wah, DC
Otra Quebec Salas — Piu Columbus
Toronto St domine Cy Indanapols
*Based on 10%F [5*C] decrease-(5%F [3*C] decrease
gives approximately 55 percent of these savings.) M2416A
Printed in U.S.A. S.M. 5-93 ©Honeywell Inc. 1993
Thermostat patents pending.
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