User Manual
THR870CUK
Programmable Thermostat
50051984-001 Rev. A
homexperttm by Honeywell THR870CUK Programmable Thermostat
Contents
WARNING: This product must be correctly installed and configured to work properly (see
pages 20-31). If you are not experienced in wiring electrical equipment, we recommend
professional installation to avoid possible personal injury or equipment damage.
About your new thermostat
Installation and setup
What is a programmable thermostat? ....4-5
Features ................................................... 6
QUICK START GUIDE............................. 7
Quick reference to controls ....................... 8
Date/time settings .................................... 9
System installation .................................. 20
Wall bracket installation .......................... 21
System wiring ....................................22-24
Batteries and cover ................................ 25
System test ............................................ 26
Installer setup ....................................27-31
Operation and programming
TIP: After installation, see the QUICK START GUIDE on page 7 to customise and begin using
your new thermostat right away.
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homexperttm by Honeywell is a trademark of Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.
Appendix
Heating and cooling control .................... 10
Operating modes.................................... 11
Cost-saving program schedules ............. 12
To adjust program schedules .................. 13
To add or remove program time periods .... 14
In case of difficulty .................................. 32
Warranty information............................... 33
Disposal and recycling ............................ 34
Special functions
Temporary schedule overrides ................ 15
Day Off mode ......................................... 16
Party mode............................................. 17
Holiday mode ......................................... 18
Advanced features.................................. 19
NOTE: This symbol will flash on the screen
when battery power is low. Remove cover as
shown on page 24 and replace batteries with
two fresh AA alkaline batteries.
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What is a programmable room thermostat?
...an explanation for householders
A programmable room thermostat is both a programmer and a room thermostat.
A programmer allows you to set ‘On’ and ‘Off’ time periods to suit your own lifestyle. A
room thermostat works by sensing the air temperature, switching on the heating when
the air temperature falls below the thermostat setting, and switching it off once this set
temperature has been reached.
So, a programmable room thermostat lets you choose what times you want the heating
to be on, and what temperature it should reach while it is on. It will allow you to select different temperatures in
your home at different times of the day (and days of the week) to meet your particular needs.
Turning a programmable room thermostat to a higher setting will not make the room heat up any faster. How
quickly the room heats up depends on the design of the heating system, for example, the size of boiler and
radiators.
Neither does the setting affect how quickly the room cools down. Turning a programmable room thermostat to
a lower setting will result in the room being controlled at a lower temperature, and saves energy.
The way to set and use your programmable room thermostat is to find the lowest temperature settings that
you are comfortable with at the different times you have chosen, and then leave it alone to do its job. The best
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way to do this is to set low temperatures first, say 18°C, and then turn them up by one degree each day until
you are comfortable with the temperatures. You won’t have to adjust the thermostat further. Any adjustments
above these settings will waste energy and cost you more money.
If your heating system is a boiler with radiators, there will usually be only one programmable room thermostat
to control the whole house. But you can have different temperatures in individual rooms by installing
thermostatic radiator valves (TRVs) on individual radiators. If you don’t have TRVs, you should choose a
temperature that is reasonable for the whole house. If you do have TRVs, you can choose a slightly higher
setting to make sure that even the coldest room is comfortable, then prevent any overheating in other rooms
by adjusting the TRVs.
The time on the programmer must be correct. Some types have to be adjusted in spring and autumn at the
changes between Greenwich Mean Time and British Summer Time.
You may be able to temporarily adjust the heating programme, for example, ‘Override’, ‘Advance’ or ‘Boost’.
These are explained in the manufacturer’s instructions.
Programmable room thermostats need a free flow of air to sense the temperature, so they must not be
covered by curtains or blocked by furniture. Nearby electric fires, televisions, wall or table lamps may prevent
the thermostat from working properly.
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About your new thermostat
QUICK START GUIDE
The THR870CUK is an easy-to-use thermostat designed to maintain a comfortable environment when you are
at home and reduce energy costs when you are away.
Your new thermostat is pre-programmed and ready to go. Just check the steps below and change
settings if needed:
Features
1 Install and set up thermostat
(if this has not been done by a professional installer).......................................................... See pages 20-31
•
Energy-saving design: Automatically adjusts indoor temperature up to six times per day to maintain
optimum comfort when you’re at home, and reduce costs during working hours when you are away. Each
day of the week can be programmed separately (see pages 12-13).
•
One-touch comfort control: Allows you to override programmed settings at any time by setting the
indoor temperature manually (see page 15).
•
Day Off button: Sets the system to your preferred Sunday program on any day of the week to maintain a
comfortable environment when you stay home from work (see page 16).
•
Party button: Temporarily overrides the normal program schedule for 1 to 23 hours to maintain a
comfortable temperature while you are entertaining guests (see page 17).
•
Holiday button: Maintains a cost-saving temperature level for up to 99 days while you are away, then
resumes normal operation when you return (see page 18).
•
Summer/Winter time change: Automatically adjusts the clock for standard time or daylight savings time.
•
Optimum Start: Automatically turns on heating system as early as needed so indoor temperature reaches
the level you want at the time you set.
2 Select heating (default) or cooling mode ................................................................................... See page 10
3 Customise heating and cooling program settings if necessary .................................................. See page 13
Display screen options: To change the date, time or display screen language, see pages 9 and 28.
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Quick reference
Press to set time
(see page 9)
Current
time
Date/time settings
Current
day/date
Heating system
is on
Low battery
warning
Current room
temperature
Press to set day/date
(see page 9)
12:34
“Day Off” button
(see page 16)
PM
Press to change
temperature
(see page 15)
Press to check target
temperature
(see page 15)
Thu 30/12/10
Press to copy a daily
program schedule
(see page 13)
Status text
23.5
°
Room Temp
AUTO MAN OFF
Operating modes
(see page 11)
Automatic
Day Month Year
29/12/10
SET THE DAY
Use the + or - buttons to set the correct day, then press the OK
button. Follow the same procedure to set month, year and time. On
completion, the screen will display “Changes saved.”
Date and time should not need to be changed if set properly during
initial installation (see page 24).
30/12/10
NOTE: To adjust only the time, press the + or - button. It is not
necessary to press the DAY button.
Manual
Off
Press the DAY button to set the date and time.
Day OK?
“Party” button
(see page 17)
“Holiday” button
(see page 18)
Remove cover to use
controls
Battery compartment
(see page 25)
Press to change program
schedules (see page 13)
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“OK” button
Set the month
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homexperttm by Honeywell THR870CUK Programmable Thermostat
Operating modes (auto, manual, off)
Heating or cooling control
The thermostat is pre-set to control your heating system. If installed
and set up correctly, it can also be used to control your cooling
system.
Press and hold both buttons for 5 seconds
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
23.5
°
PM
NOTE: The thermostat will not switch to cooling control unless you
enable this feature (see page 30).
Heating changes to cooling
NOTE: Program schedules for heating and cooling must be set
separately (see page 13).
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
PM
Auto: In this mode the thermostat follows a program
schedule to maintain a comfortable temperature when you
are home and reduce energy costs while you are away (see
pages 12-13).
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
To switch between heating and cooling, press and hold the p and q
buttons until the screen changes.
Room Temp
Press the mode buttons to select how the thermostat operates:
Auto: Program controls temperature
PM
21.0
Room Temp
°
Manual: This mode turns off the program schedule to
maintain a constant temperature. Press the p or q
buttons to set the temperature you want. The temperature
will remain at the level you set until you change it, or until
you press AUTO to resume the program schedule.
AUTO MAN OFF
Manual: Press p/q to set temperature
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
23.5
°
PM
Cooling
23.5
Room Temp
°
Off: When the thermostat is off, the heating system runs
only as needed to maintain a minimum temperature to
protect your home. This level is set at 5°C, but you can
change it if necessary (see page 28).
AUTO MAN OFF
NOTE: You can press any of these buttons — Auto, Manual or Off —
to cancel any programming task and exit without saving changes.
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Default program schedules
To adjust program schedules
HEATING
This thermostat is pre-set to maintain a comfortable temperature when you are at home, and energy-saving
levels when you are away or asleep. The default program schedules are shown below. To change them, see
pages 13-18.
Monday-Friday
Period 1
2
3
4
5
6
Time
6:30
8:00
12:00
14:00
18:00
22:30
Temperature
21°C
18°C
21°C
18°C
21°C
16°C
1
2
3
4
5
6
8:00
10:00
12:00
14:00
18:00
23:00
Saturday-Sunday
Time
21°C
COOLING
Temperature
Monday-Friday
2
3
4
5
6
Time
6:30
8:00
12:00
14:00
18:00
22:30
Temperature
24°C
28°C
24°C
28°C
24°C
24°C
1
2
3
4
5
6
8:00
10:00
12:00
14:00
18:00
23:00
Saturday-Sunday
Time
24°C
Temperature
12
6:30
AM
SET TIME 1
21.0
°
1 Press <, then adjust the time and temperature for Period 1 as
shown at left.
1 2 3 4 5 6
6:30
AM
TIME 1 OK?
21.0
2 Press OK to advance to the next step, or press the > button to
advance to the next time period. (See page 14 to delete unwanted
time periods.)
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3 After all Monday time periods are set, press the DAY button to
customise settings for Tuesday and other days of the week.
1 2 3 4 5 6
16°C
Period 1
To customise the program schedules, first make sure the system
you want to program (heating or cooling) is selected (see page 10).
Heating and cooling schedules must be programmed separately.
MON
6:30
AM
22.5
°
SET TEMP 1
1 2 3 4 5 6
6:30
AM
22.5
°
To stop programming at any time, press any MODE button (Auto,
Manual or Off; see page 11).
SHORTCUT: While programming, press the COPY DAY button to copy
all settings for the current day and apply them to other days. For example,
you can apply Monday settings to all other days of the week. After
copying, press the DAY button to select a target day, then press OK.
TEMP 1 OK?
1 2 3 4 5 6
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To add or remove program time periods
You can eliminate any unwanted time periods (2 through 6) if you
require fewer than six per day.
MON
6:30
21.0
AM
SET TIME 1
°
1 Press the < or > buttons repeatedly to select a time period (or
press the DAY button to select a different day).
2 Press and hold the i button for at least two seconds to remove
the selected time period. The temperature will remain at the level
set for the previous time period until the following period begins.
1 2 3 4 5 6
12:00
PM
SET TIME 3
21.0
°
To restore a disabled time period, follow the procedure above to
select the disabled period, then press and hold the i button for at
least two seconds to restore it.
1 2 3 4 5 6
Press and hold
--:--
--.-
PM
Temporary schedule overrides
Current temperature
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
PM
20.5
Room Temp
°
AUTO MAN OFF
Desired temperature
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
When idle, the thermostat displays the current room temperature. You
can press the i button at any time to see the “target” temperature the
thermostat is trying to maintain.
Press the p or q buttons to change the temperature temporarily.
In Auto mode, the thermostat will maintain the temperature you
set until the next program time period begins. It will then revert to
the level programmed for that time period. To maintain a constant
temperature for longer periods of time, switch to Manual mode (see
page 11).
20.5
TARGET TEMP
PM
°
°
AUTO MAN OFF
NOTE: See also temporary program overrides for holidays, parties or
days when you stay home from work (see pages 16-18).
Set to override present time period
DISABLED
1 2 3 4 5 6
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
23.0
TARGET TEMP
PM
°
AUTO MAN OFF
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Temporary schedule overrides — Day Off
In Day Off mode, the system runs the Sunday program schedule on
days when you stay home. The Sunday schedule should maintain a
comfortable temperature all day long (see page 12).
MON 27/12/10
1
DAYS
1 Press the DAY OFF button.
DAYS OFF
2 Press + or - to select the number of days you will stay home (up
to 99 days), then press OK to save.
Set number of days off
After the last “day off,” the temperature will resume the normal
program schedule. To cancel the Day Off feature at any time, press
the DAY OFF button again. The “day off” symbol will disappear and
the system will resume normal operation.
WED 29/12/10
3
DAYS
DAYS OFF
NOTE: This feature works only when the thermostat is in Auto mode
(see page 11).
Temporary schedule overrides — Party
SUN 26/12/10
1
20.5
PARTY DURATION
°
hr
Set number of hours, then press OK
SUN 26/12/10
3 hr
20.5
PARTY DURATION
°
Set desired temperature, then press OK
SUN 26/12/10
12:34
PM
SUN 26/12/10
23.0
ROOM TEMP
°
3 hr
24.0
temp ok?
The Party feature temporarily overrides the program schedule to
maintain a comfortable temperature while you entertain guests. You
can also use it to set an energy-saving temperature level if you will be
away from home for several hours.
1 Press the PARTY button.
2 Press + or - to select the number of hours (1 to 23 hours), then
press OK to save.
3 Press the p or q buttons to set the temporary temperature, then
press OK to save and exit.
When the timer expires, the temperature will revert to the previous
level (set manually, or by the program schedule if in Auto mode). To
cancel the Party mode at any time, press the PARTY button again.
NOTE: This feature works only when the thermostat is in Auto or
Manual mode (see page 11).
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AUTO MAN OFF
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Temporary schedule overrides — Holiday
MON 27/12/10
1
DAYS
10.0
°
Set number of days, then press OK
SUN 09/01/11
14
DAYS
•
Optimum Start: This is an energy-efficient feature that adjusts the start time of your heating system. For
example, on cold days your heating system will start earlier to ensure that your home is warm when you
wake in the morning. On warmer days, heating will begin later to save energy costs. (See page 29 to turn
off this feature.)
2 Press + or - to select the number of days you will be away (up to
99 days), then press OK to save.
•
Summer/winter time change: The thermostat automatically changes the clock time to correspond with
changes to and from daylight savings time. (See page 28 to turn off this feature.)
3 Press the p or q buttons to set the temperature during your
absence, then press OK to save and exit.
•
Temperature offset: In some cases, the thermostat must be installed in a location that does not
accurately control temperature for optimum comfort in other rooms. You can set the thermostat to
compensate for this by adjusting the offset (see page 29).
The Holiday feature maintains a constant energy-saving temperature
while you are away for an extended time (up to 99 days).
1 Press the HOLIDAY button.
RETURN DATE OK?
10.0
Advanced features
°
RETURN DATE OK?
To cancel the Holiday mode at any time, press the HOLIDAY button
again.
NOTE: This feature works only when the thermostat is in Auto or
Manual mode (see page 11).
Set temperature, then press OK
• Proportional band width: If your heating system is oversized for your home, you can compensate by
increasing the temperature band width up to 3°C (see page 29).
• Cycle rate and minimum boiler off time: Adjusting these features can help your climate control system
work more efficiently for increased comfort and economy. See page 31 to find recommended settings for
your system.
SUN 09/01/11
14
DAYS
10.0
°
TEMP OK?
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System installation
Wall bracket installation
Installation procedure
Location guidelines:
1 Disconnect electric power
• Installthewallbracketabout1.2to1.5metresabovethe
floor, where the screen display is easily visible.
1.2 - 1.5 m
2 Choose thermostat location and
install wall bracket
• Donotinstallnearsourcesofhotorcoldair(radiators,
windows, heating or cooling ducts).
3 Connect system wiring
4 Activate batteries and attach
thermostat cover
5 Restore electric power
Remove batteries
• Installatleast1metreawayfromotherelectronicdevices
(TV, sound system, PC, etc.).
Separate wall bracket
6 Test the thermostat
Mount wall
bracket
NOTE: If you are not experienced in equipment installation, we recommend that these
procedures be done by a professional installer.
DISCONNECT ELECTRIC POWER BEFORE INSTALLATION: Can cause electrical shock or
equipment damage.
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Remove thermostat
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Connect system wiring
Wiring diagrams
1.0-2.5mm²
6mm max.
Connect wiring from your heating or cooling
equipment to the thermostat as shown at left.
See wiring diagrams on pages 23-24 for details.
Combi Boiler
1 Make sure electrical power is off.
24-230V
50-60Hz
Basic Boiler
THR870C
THR870C
24-230V
50-60Hz
2 Strip insulation to expose about 6 mm of
bare wire.
3 Use a screwdriver to loosen terminal screw,
insert wire into slot, then tighten screw.
4 Attach cover, then restore electrical power.
Pump only
Cooling system
THR870C
THR870C
NOTE: All wiring must comply with IEE
regulations. Keep AC mains supply/load cables
separate from equipment wiring. Refer to boiler
manufacturer’s instructions for information
about wiring connections.
24-230V
50-60Hz
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24-230V
50-60Hz
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Wiring diagrams
Activate batteries and attach thermostat cover
Zone valve
Zone valve
THR870C
THR870C
AUTOMANOFF
230V
50-60Hz
230V
50-60Hz
Remove battery compartment cover and discard the plastic tab
inside to activate the batteries. The first time you do this, you will be
prompted to set the date, time and preferred screen language.
NOTE: This symbol will flash on the screen when battery
power is low. Remove cover as shown at left and replace
batteries with two fresh AA alkaline batteries.
Remove cover and discard plastic tab
inside to activate batteries
Place cover on thermostat and
press until it snaps in place
Thermal actuator
Electric actuator
THR870C
THR870C
24-230V
50-60Hz
230V
50-60Hz
*S-versions only
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System test
Installer setup
After installation, you should check to make sure the system is
working properly.
Press OFF, check heating
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
23.5
°
PM
Room Temp
AUTO MAN OFF
Thu 30/12/10
35.0
TARGET TEMP
°
PM
PM
23.5
Room Temp
°
To change installer settings:
AUTO MAN OFF
Press and hold to enter installer mode
3 Press the + or - buttons to scroll through functions quickly
until you find one you want to change.
3 To stop the test, press AUTO to run the program schedule, or
MAN to reset the temperature manually.
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1:CL
CLOCK SELECT
AUTO MAN OFF
1 2
Make sure heating symbol appears
Press to scroll
through functions
Thu 30/12/10
12:34
PM
35.0
1 Press the thermostat OFF button.
2 Press and hold the i, < and > buttons until the screen
changes.
If the system is set up properly, the “heating” symbol should
appear on the thermostat display, and the heating system should
begin running after a short delay.
Press MAN, set temperature to 35°C
12:34
12:34
1 Press the thermostat OFF button, then verify that the heating
system is on.
2 Press the thermostat MAN button, then press the p button to
raise target temperature to maximum (35°C).
Installer settings allow you to customise how your system
works. Check the tables on pages 28-31 to see if any settings
need to be changed.
Thu 30/12/10
4 Press the p or q buttons to change any setting, then
press OK to save the new setting.
To exit installer setup, press any MODE button (Auto,
Manual or Off).
Press to change
setting
See tables on pages 28-31 for
complete list of functions and settings
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Installer setup functions — Thermostat settings
Installer setup functions — Thermostat settings
** Factory default setting
Function
Description
Setting Options
** Factory default setting
Function
Description
Setting Options
1: CL
Clock format
24: 24-hour time format **
12: AM/PM 12-hour time format
8: OP
Optimum start
0: Off **
1: On (see page 19 for description)
2: rP
Reset program schedule
0: Schedule customised by user
1: Reset schedule to factory default (see page 12) **
9: tS
Telephone override
0: Disabled **
1: Telephone override enabled
3: tC
Summer/winter time change
0: No change
1: Automatically switch to/from daylight savings time **
12: tO
Temperature offset
0: No offset **
Options: +3° to -3°C (see page 19 for description)
4: LA
Display screen language
Default language varies by location of purchase. Press the
p or q buttons to select an alternate language.
13: Pb
Proportional band width
1.5°C **
Options: 1.5° to 3°C (see page 19 for description)
5: bL
Screen backlight
0: Off
1: Screen lit when button is pressed **
19: FS
RESET TO FACTORY DEFAULT
6: uL
Maximum temperature allowed
35°C **
Options: 21° to 35°C
0: No change
1: Select 1 to restore default settings. All customised
settings will be lost.
7: LL
Minimum temperature allowed
See page 27 to change these settings. Always press OK after changing any setting.
5°C **
Options: 5° to 21°C
See page 27 to change these settings. Always press OK after changing any setting.
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Installer setup functions — System settings
Customised settings for your system
Enter Installer Setup (see page 27), then press > for access to system settings
Function
Description
** Factory default setting
Setting Options
1: Ot
Minimum boiler on time
1 minute **
Options: 1 to 5 minutes
See page 31 for important information
2: Cr
Cycles per hour (CPH)
6 cycles per hour **
Options: 3, 6, 9 or 12
See page 31 for important information
3: EH
Electric heat
0: Resistive loads <3 A **
1: Resistive loads 3 to 8 A
See page 31 for important information
4: HC
Heating/Cooling options
0: No central cooling system installed **
1: Allows switching between heating and cooling systems
Thermostat cannot control cooling unless you select 1
5: PE
Pump exercise
0: Off **
1: On (turns on pump periodically to keep equipment
functioning properly)
See page 27 to change these settings. Always press OK after changing any setting.
Your heating system
Changes required
Setting Options
Standard gas boiler
(<30kW)
None
No change
Zone Valve
None
No change
Oil boiler
System setting 1: Ot
System setting 2: Cr
Set to 4 minutes
Set to 3 CPH
Thermal actuator
System setting 2: Cr
Set to 12 CPH
Electric heating
System setting 2: Cr
System setting 3: EH
Set to 12 CPH
Set to 1 if load > 3A
Your cooling system
Changes required
Setting Options
Heat pump/air conditioner
System setting 1: Ot
System setting 2: Cr
System setting 4: HC
Set to 4 minutes
Set to 3 CPH
Set to 1
Fan coil
System setting 4: HC
Set to 1
See page 27 to change these settings. Always press OK after changing any setting.
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In case of difficulty
Limited Warranty
Thermostat screen
is blank
• MakesuretwofreshAAalkalinebatteriesareproperlyinstalled(see
page 25).
Heating or cooling
system does not
respond
• Checkthermostatbatteries(seeabove).
• Makesureheatingandcoolingsystemshavepower.Checkfusesand
circuit breakers and replace or reset as needed.
• Checkwiring(pages22-24)andsystemconfiguration(pages27-31).
• Runsystemtest(seepage26).
Desired temperature
cannot be maintained
• Ifaboveremediescannotresolvetheproblem,thethermostatmay
have to be moved. Make sure it is not installed near sources of hot or
cold air (radiators, windows, heating or cooling ducts).
Honeywell warrants this product for 1 year from date of purchase. We undertake to replace or repair at
our discretion, products should they become defective within 1 year solely as a result of faulty materials
and or workmanship.
Understandably if the product has not been installed or maintained in accordance with Honeywell’s
instructions, has not been used appropriately or if any attempt has been made to rectify, dismantle or
alter the product in any way the warranty will be invalidated.
This product warranty states Honeywell’s entire liability. It does not extend to cover consequential loss or
damage or installation costs arising from a defective product.
If the product is defective, please return it together with a proof of purchase or receipt to the place of
purchase.
This does not affect your statutory rights.
tm
If you require further information about this product, call the homexpert
on 0845 604 2893.
by Honeywell technical helpline
For a full list of terms and conditions please visit www.homexpertbyhonyewell.com.
Please retain these instructions for future reference.
© 2010 Honeywell International Inc.
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Disposal and recycling
Disposal and recycling
Batteries and waste electrical products should not be disposed of with household waste.
Please recycle where these facilities exist. Check with your local authority or retailer for
recycling advice.
Please retain these instructions for future reference.
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Honeywell Customer Care at 0845 604 2893.
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