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5+1+1 day Programmable Thermostat
For electric baseboard & convection heaters
BY/PAR
CANARM
Instruction Manual
model: M6001A
High VOLTAGE
120 V/240 V AC, 60 Hz
Table of Contents
Prior to Use
Installation
Buttons and Display
Setup
Programming
Operation
Supplementary Info.
Introduction and Features
Warning and Safety Precautions
Compatibility
Choosing a Location for the Thermostat
Installation Precautions
Installation Procedure
Reset the Thermostat After Installation
LCD Screen
Buttons
Option Settings
Heat Cycle Rate Supplementary Information
Pre-Comfort Recovery Supplementary Information
Setting of High-Limit Function
Clock Settings
About Programs
Default Programs and Customize Programs
Customizing the Programs
Reset Programs / All Settings
Temporary Override and Hold Function
Current Temperature Display, Power Bar and Heat "ON" Icon
Usage Monitor
Memory Backup and Thermostat Surface Temperature
Specifications
Troubleshooting
Warranty
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Prior To Use
Introduction
This thermostat is compatible with electric baseboards, fan-assisted (convectors) and radiant ceiling heating systems.
The unit is rated for high voltage wiring only (120 V/240 V).
The minimum load requirement is 500 W. This thermostat is NOT compatible with central heating systems
(24 V or mV). Please see the compatibility chart on page 4 for more details.
Features
• Ideal for electric baseboards, fan assisted (convectors) and radiant floor/ceiling heating
• 5+1+1 day programming - set one program for Monday to Friday, one program for Saturday and one
program for Sunday with up to 4 temperature settings per day (morning, day, evening, night)
• Set and display temperature in Celsius or Fahrenheit (in half degrees)
• High limit function - set a maximum temperature to help manage heating costs
• TRIAC system operates on 20-second or 240-second cycles for accurate
temperature reading, and provides quiet operation
Package Contents:
• Maintain room temperature accurately to within +/- 0.3°C (+/- 0.6°F)
M6001A Thermostat
• Usage monitoring - tracks total ON time
Instruction Manual (this document)
2 Screws
• Automatically pre-heats room prior to program start-time
2 Wire Nuts
• Easy-to-read LCD
• 12-hour or 24-hour clock display
• Simple two-wire installation
NOT for use with low voltage (24 V)
central heating & cooling systems
& wall-mounted furnaces.
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Prior to Use
Warning and Safety Precautions
• Read this instruction manual thoroughly prior to the installation and the use of the thermostat.
• Follow all instructions in this manual.
• Keep this instruction manual for future reference.
• See page 6 for detailed installation precautions.
• Clean the thermostat only with a dry cloth.
• Do not operate this thermostat with wet hands.
• Do not block any ventilation openings of the thermostat.
• Do not expose this thermostat to dripping or splashing.
• Do not expose this thermostat to excess heat.
• Do not attempt to disassemble, repair or modify this thermostat.
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL
CODE. IT IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO HAVE A CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN ON SITE TO
ENSURE THE SAFE INSTALLATION OF YOUR THERMOSTAT.
IN QUEBEC, THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED ELECTRICIAN.
The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for improper wiring - or any resulting damages.
Improper installation by a non-professional automatically voids the warranty.
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Compatibility
In general, equipment with high voltage control is only compatible with the electric baseboards, convectors or radiant
heating systems.
HEATING/COOLING SYSTEMS
Central heating furnace system (24 V)**
Wall-mounted furnace
Multi-stage system
Single stage heat pump
Electric radiant floor heater
Heat pump
Electric baseboard heater (120 V/240 V)
Fan assisted (convection heaters)
Electric radiant ceiling heater
COMPATIBILTY
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**Not compatible with some hot water heating systems.
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH CENTRAL HEATING FURNACES (LOW-VOLTAGE CIRCUITS).
DO NOT WIRE TO A SYSTEM EXCEEDING 12.5 A (3000 W @ 240 V OR 1500 W @ 120 V)
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Choosing a Location for the Thermostat
When replacing an existing thermostat, the new thermostat should be mounted on the existing metal electrical box
that controls your heater.
Safety Note: Ensure the thermostat is not near heat sensitive/flammable material, such as exposed wood, wallpaper,
loose papers, or other fire hazards. The normal surface temperature of the operating thermostat is 45-55ºC (113-131ºF).
The thermostat is rated to operate safely at these temperatures but should be kept away from fire hazards.
For NEW home installation, choose the location of the metal electrical box carefully.
It SHOULD BE MOUNTED:
・Approximately 5' (1.5 m) from the floor.
・Near or in a frequently used room, preferably on an inside partitioning wall.
・On a section of wall without pipes or duct work.
It SHOULD NOT BE MOUNTED:
・Near temperature-radiating objects that may cause false readings.
(For example: near a window, next to a door leading outside, or near the heat from a lamp,
direct sunlight or a fireplace.)
・Near concealed pipes and chimneys.
・In areas with poor air circulation. (For example behind a door or in an alcove.)
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Installation
Installation Precautions
THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE CANADIAN ELECTRICAL CODE. IT
IS STRONGLY RECOMMENDED TO HAVE A CERTIFIED ELECTRICIAN ON SITE TO ENSURE THE SAFE
INSTALLATION OF YOUR THERMOSTAT. IN QUEBEC, THIS PRODUCT MUST BE INSTALLED BY A QUALIFIED
ELECTRICIAN.
The manufacturer assumes no responsibility for improper wiring, or any resulting damages.
Improper installation by a non-professional automatically voids the warranty.
Before installation begins:
• Verify that the heating appliance being connected to is within the specified load range.
• Ensure that the thermostat being replaced is also rated for 120 V or 240 V.
• Ensure that the heating system is protected by appropriate circuit breakers or fuses connected to
COPPER conductors only.
TO AVOID FIRE, SHOCK OR DEATH, SHUT OFF POWER
SUPPLY AT THE CIRCUIT BREAKER OR FUSE AND TEST
THAT THE POWER IS OFF BEFORE WIRING.
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Installation
Installation Procedure
1. Disconnect the power to your existing thermostat and the heater(s)
it controls.
Remove Faceplate
2. Remove the existing thermostat carefully and identify the two wires
from the wall box.
The wiring designation is generally: BYPASS / CONNECT.
To remove the
thermostat faceplate,
very gently apply
pressure to the crease
of the thermostat
to detach the four
notches. Then pull the
faceplate forward.
3. Gently remove the faceplate from the new thermostat to reveal the
mounting holes but DO NOT remove the screws from the back of
the unit. These screws hold the thermostat together.
4. Using the wire nuts provided, securely fasten each wire from the
new thermostat to the live wires in the wall box. Refer to the
diagram.
CAUTION: ENSURE NO BARE WIRE IS EXPOSED.
Note: If there are four wires connected to the old thermostat,
the two extra wires should be connected together with a wire nut
(not supplied).
5. Mount the thermostat on the wall box, using the two supplied
screws, through the mounting holes, then replace the faceplate.
(Place screws in the two right or two left holes.)
6. Reconnect power supply. Installation is complete.
4-WIRE INSATALLATION:
Metal Wall Box
Wire Nut
120 V/240 V AC Lines
Electric
Heater
Bypass
Wire Nut
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Installation
Reset the Thermostat after Installation
Reset Clock
If you have successfully installed the thermostat, but the LCD screen does not display or the display seems abnormal,
remove the faceplate and press the RESET button (with a small, blunt object) to reset the clock to Monday 9:00 a.m.
The temporary override function will also be cancelled.
Note: If High-Limit Function has been enabled, the lock symbol will begin flashing for five minutes.
See page 14 for further details on the Setting of High-Limit Function.
Reset All Settings
If the above method does not work, you may have to reset all thermostat settings.
Note: This is a total reset, which clears all settings of custom programs, clock time and option settings.
The unit will be restored to factory-default settings.
To reset all settings:
1. Remove the thermostat faceplate to reveal the RESET button.
2. Press HOLD and RESET buttons at the same time to clear all settings.
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Buttons and Display
LCD Screen
CURRENT TEMPERATURE
POWER OUTPUT LEVEL
HOLD FUNCTION
OVERRIDE "ON" ICON
TEMPERATURE SCALE
CELSIUS OR FAHRENHEIT
HEAT "ON" ICON
PROGRAM PERIODS
LOCK SYMBOL
WEEKDAYS
P.M. DISPLAY FOR 12-HR
CLOCK MODE
TIME / USAGE
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Buttons and Display
Buttons
USAGE/TIME
To set the current and program time or to display the total heater usage
time per day or week.
SET
To set the user options or to set the clock and the day of the week.
HOLD
To override temperature programs.
PROG
To enter program mode and scroll settings.
RESET
(Remove the faceplate to locate
the Reset button)
▲/▼
To manually adjust the temperature or to make selections in program
mode or option mode.
RESET
Resets program / clock to factory defaults.
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Setup
Option Settings
This thermostat has four OPTION settings that can be customized by the user.
The OPTION data will appear in the lower pane of the LCD screen.
It is recommended to set up the OPTION settings after you install the new thermostat
or before you start programming it.
While it is still possible to enter Option Settings any time to make changes, it may result in
a change or a reset of your set programs.
Option
OPTION 1 - 12-Hour or 24 Hour Clock Format
1. Press and hold SET for three seconds to enter the Option Setting mode.
The first option is 12-hour or 24-hour clock format. (12:Hr will flash).
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to toggle between 12-hour or 24-hour format.
3. Press SET to proceed to OPTION 2 or wait for 15 seconds to confirm and exit Option Settings.
Note: 12-hour clock format is the default mode.
OPTION 2 - Heat Cycle Rate
1. Press SET again to advance to the second option. (Cr:1 will flash).
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to adjust setting. (See cycle rate supplementary information on page 12.)
Cr:0 = Full power, No Cycle (For fan-assisted baseboards and electric heating devices.)
Cr:1 = 20 Sec. Proportional Power (For non-fan-assisted baseboards and electric heating devices.)
Cr:2 = 240 Sec. Proportional Power (For fan-assisted heaters and radiant floor/ceiling heating devices.)
3. Press SET to proceed to OPTION 3 or wait for 15 seconds to confirm and exit Option Settings.
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Setup
OPTION 3 - Pre-Comfort Recovery
1. Press SET again to select pre-comfort recovery. (rE:0 will flash)
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to adjust setting. (See pre-comfort recovery supplementary information on page 13.)
rE:0 = pre-comfort recovery feature disabled.
rE:1 = pre-comfort recovery feature enabled.
3. Press SET to proceed to OPTION 4 or wait for 15 seconds to confirm and exit Option Settings.
OPTION 4 - ºC or ºF (Celsius or Fahrenheit scale) Display
1. Press SET to select Celsius or Fahrenheit scale. (Current temperature will flash.)
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to toggle between ºC or ºF temperature scales.
3. Press SET or wait for 15 seconds to confirm and exit Option Settings.
Note: A change of the temperature display mode will result in the reset of all programs.
(i.e. All programs set by user will be deleted.)
Heat Cycle Rate supplementary information
Cycle rate determines the heating on/off time cycles and the level of proportional power required
to operate the heater.
(To have the heater operate at full power all the time, select Cr:0 to disable heat cycling.)
The cycle rate is based on the type of heating system and the power load required to operate the device.
The higher the load (size of baseboard or radiant heater), the greater the heat generated.
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Setup
Cr:0 is continuous operation (no cycling), with a variance of +/- 0.3ºC (+/- 0.6ºF). The heating unit will operate at full
power and the power bar icon will appear full. This function is for users who do not want their electric heating devices
to turn on and off frequently.
Cr:1 is a 20-seconds cycle rate with proportional heating. This means the heating will turn on and off once every 20
seconds to provide a stable room temperature. This cycle rate allows a proportional level of power to the heating
device. This is indicated on the thermostat display by the power bar icon being partially filled, indicating the amount
of power going to the heater. This setting is recommended for standard electric heating devices, without fans, and will
provide the most energy-efficient heating and a stable temperature.
Cr:2 is a 240-second cycle rate. This means the heating will turn on and off once every 240 seconds.
This is the recommended setting for fan assisted heaters and radiant floor/ceiling heating devices.
Pre-comfort Recovery supplementary information
This thermostat is equipped with a "Pre-comfort Recovery" feature that will activate the heating system in advance of
the actual set program time so that the room will be at the desired temperature at the start of the program time.
It is normal for the system to be activated earlier than the actual set program time (up to one hour).
The pre-comfort recovery can be disabled if desired. If pre-comfort recovery is turned off (rE:0), heating will only be
initiated at the exact start time of the program period.
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Setup
Setting of High-Limit Function
The high-limit function is a safety feature that allows you to select the maximum temperature limit of the thermostat.
When this function is on, the thermostat will not allow heating settings to exceed the selected temperature limit. It is
recommended to refer to the specifications of your particular heating device and set up the high-limit function once
you installed the new thermostat.
To ENABLE the high-limit setting feature:
1. Press ▲ or ▼ to scroll to the desired high-limit temperature.
(This temperature will display in the program temperature pane on the LCD screen.)
2. Press USAGE and SET buttons at the same time for three seconds to activate high-limit
function at the set temperature.
(The LOCK symbol will appear to confirm that the high-limit feature is on.)
LOCK symbol
To DISABLE the high-limit setting feature:
1. Press the RESET button. (Remove the faceplate to locate the reset button. Press with a blunt object.)
(Clock will be reset and the lock symbol will begin flashing for five minutes.)
2. Press the USAGE and SET buttons at the same time when the lock symbol is flashing.
(When the LOCK symbol disappears the high-limit feature is off.)
Note: If a high-limit temperature is selected before programming, it will be the highest temperature you can set for
any of the program times.
If a high-limit temperature is selected after programming, any programmed temperatures set higher than the
new limit will be automatically reduced to the high-limit temperature.
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Setup
Clock Settings
Clock Format
12-hour clock format is the default mode. You can switch between
12-hour or 24-hour clock format in Option Settings. (Page 11).
Set Clock / Weekday
1. Press SET button once to enter the clock-setting mode
(SET icon will appear).
Set Clock
(Time flashes)
2. Press ▲ or ▼ button to scroll to the correct time of day.
Hold the button to accelerate.
3. Press SET again to enter weekday settings.
(Weekday symbols will flash.)
4. Press ▲ or ▼ button to set day of the week.
Press SET or wait 15 seconds for normal display to return.
5. Press SET or wait 15 seconds to complete
clock setting and exit.
Set Weekday
(Weekday symbol
flashes)
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Programming
ºC or ºF (Celsius or Fahrenheit) Temperature Display mode
The Celsius format is the default display format of this thermostat. You can switch between ºC or ºF format in Option
Settings but a change of the temperature display mode will result in the reset of all programs. (Page12).
About Programs
This thermostat is equipped with 5+1+1 DAY PROGRAMMING allowing you to program one schedule of temperature
changes for Monday to Friday, another for Saturday and a third set for Sunday each with four temperature settings
and start times per day (P1, P2, P3, P4). This thermostat is pre-programmed for your convenience or you can set
your own programs as desired.
P1: MORNING
This is typically the morning period, when you may prefer to wake up at a warmer temperature.
P2: DAY
This is usually an energy-saving period, for the time when you are away from home. The
temperature setting can be reduced to minimize energy consumption. If you are not away from
home on a particular day you may override this setting by manually adjusting the temperature
buttons.
P3: EVENING
This is the period when you typically return home, and would like the house at a comfortable
temperature. In general, the temperature is set to warmer settings during the winter and cooler
settings during the summer. If you do not often leave the house during the day, period 1, 2 or 3
can be set at the same temperature.
P4: NIGHT
This is the period when you would typically be asleep. You may set the temperature for energy
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savings or for comfort, as desired.
Programming
Default Programs and Customize Programs
These are examples of possible temperature settings. The first is the factory-default setting and the
second is a custom setting.
1. Default / Pre-programmed time and temperature settings
PERIOD
Morning
Day
Evening
Night
PROG
P1
P2
P3
P4
TIME
6:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.
10:00 p.m.
HEAT SET POINT
20.5ºC (69.0ºF)
17.5ºC (63.5ºF)
21.0ºC (70.0ºF)
17.0ºC (62.5ºF)
2. Custom / Pre-programmed time and temperature settings
PERIOD
Morning
Day
Evening
Night
PROG
P1
P2
P3
P4
TIME
7:00 a.m.
8:00 a.m.
5:00 p.m.
11:00 p.m.
HEAT SET POINT
20.5ºC (69.0ºF)
20.5ºC (69.0ºF)
20.5ºC (69.0ºF)
17.5ºC (63.5ºF)
Example 1
This setting is the factory default and will activate
automatically. Convenient for people who are
away from home during the day and wish to
maximize energy savings.
Example 2
This is an example of custom a program set by
the user. Convenient for people who are at home
during the day, and want the home warm all day,
but want a cooler temperature at night.
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Programming
Customizing the Program
It is recommended you write out a plan of time and temperatures for your programs prior to entering them. Note: the
times set for P1, P2, P3, P4 must be in that order and on the same day. P1 will be the first after midnight and P4 will
be the last prior to the following midnight. You will enter four program periods to be used Monday to Friday first, then
four for Saturday and lastly Sunday.
1. Press PROG to enter program setting mode.
(Symbols for Monday to Friday and P1 will appear.)
2. Press ▲ or ▼ to set temperature for P1.
(The temperature digits will flash.)
3. Press USAGE/TIME to switch to start time mode.
(Start time will flash.)
4. Press ▲ or ▼ to set start time for P1. (Time will flash.)
Note: USAGE/TIME will toggle between temperature and
start-time modes.
5. Press PROG to adjust the next program periods P2,
P3, P4. Repeat the above steps until all four programs
are adjusted to your needs.
6. Press PROG to enter Saturday programming periods
(P1 will appear.). Repeat steps 2 to 5 again for Saturday,
then press PROG and repeat again for Sunday.
7. Press SET to finish programming.
TEMPERATURE
SETTING
PROGRAM
PERIODS
SET SYMBOL
START
TIME
WEEKDAYS
High-Limit Function
The high-limit function is a safety feature that allows you to select the maximum temperature limit.
For details, see section on Setting of High-Limit Function (Page 14).
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Programming
Reset Programs / All Settings
If you have difficulties programming your thermostat, you may wish to reset the unit to begin again.
Reset Programs - to delete all CUSTOM programs
1. Press SET for three seconds to enter Options mode.
2. Press PROG for three seconds to clear all custom programs.
Note: This action will restore custom programs to the factory-default programs only,
but will not affect the clock time or option settings.
Reset All Settings - to delete all settings
1. Remove the thermostat faceplate to reveal the RESET button (Page 7).
2. Press HOLD and RESET buttons at the same time to clear all settings.
Note: This is a total reset, which clears settings for custom programs, clock time and option settings.
The unit will be restored to factory-default settings.
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Operation
Temporary Override
This function will allow you to change the temperature setting, until the start time of the next program period.
1. Press ▲ or ▼ to manually adjust to the desired temperature setting.
Note:
The temperature can be set in increments of 0.5ºC or 0.5ºF.
The temperature setting range is from 5-35ºC (41-95ºF).
Press and hold ▲ or ▼ button down to accelerate the settings.
The thermostat will automatically return to the regular program at the next scheduled program period.
Hold Function
This function maintains a constant temperature and disables temperature program periods.
1. Press the HOLD button once to enter the Hold mode. (HOLD symbol will appear.)
When Hold mode is activated, you may manually adjust the temperature by pressing ▲ or ▼. However, all
programs will be disabled. If no temperature changes are manually selected, the current temperature setting will
remain the same indefinitely.
2. To cancel the Hold function, press the HOLD button again. (HOLD symbol will disappear.)
The temperature will automatically return to the
programmed temperature for that time period.
HOLD SYMBOL
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Operation
Current Temperature Display
The current room temperature is displayed on the LCD screen.
Power Bar
Current Temperature
Display
This thermostat is equipped with a proportional regulation system to
determine the precise amount of power required by the electric heater to
maintain the temperature setting.
The Power Bar indicates the current output power level.
1 bar = 10% power, 10 bar = 100% power
When the heating system is activated at partial power, a proportional
number of bars will appear (e.g. 60% = 6 bars). When the heating system is
activated at maximum power, all 10 bars will be displayed.
Power Bar
Heat "ON" Icon
Heat "ON" Icon
The flashing fire symbol will be displayed when the heating system is on.
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Operation
Usage Monitor
The thermostat tracks the system "ON" time - the total time the heating equipment is running.
Press the USAGE button once to view USAGE TODAY.
Press the USAGE button again to view USAGE THIS WEEK (total time from Monday to today).
Press the USAGE button again to view 7-DAY USAGE (total time from last six days plus today).
• USAGE TODAY starts at midnight.
• USAGE THIS WEEK automatically resets itself on Monday morning, after midnight on Sunday.
• A new week begins Monday morning.
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Supplementary Information
Memory Backup
The memory backup will save and protect programs and option settings indefinitely. If a power outage occurs only the
clock setting may be affected. The clock will continue to run, and display on the LCD screen, for up to one to two days
even without power, due to the re-chargeable backup battery inside the unit. However, if the power outage is longer
than two days the clock will be reset (the unit will reset itself to a 9:00 a.m. default).
Thermostat Surface Temperature
In normal operation the surface temperature of the thermostat may range from 45-55ºC (113- 31ºF).
This is perfectly normal, as this thermostat is rated to operate safely at these temperatures.
However it is recommended that the thermostat not be installed near heat sensitive/flammable material such as
exposed wood, wallpaper or other fire hazards.
Specifications:
Number of Programs: 5+1+1 Day with four settings per day
Temperature Display Range: 0-55ºC (32-131ºF)
Temperature Setting Range: 5-35ºC (41-95ºF)
Ratings: 120 V/240 V AC, 60 Hz
Maximum Load: (12.5 A)
3000 W @ 240 V or 1500 W @ 120 V
Minimum Load: 500 W @ 240 V
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Supplementary Information
Troubleshooting
Problem
LCD screen is blank
Solution
• Check if the circuit breaker is open
• Check if there has been a power failure
• Check that the thermostat is wired to a 500 W or greater circuit
• Check the wiring installation with a certified electrician
• Press the RESET button under the faceplate
Programming Issues: • Review the programming guide to ensure the programs have been entered correctly
Heating is not being
• Check that the clock has been set to the correct time. (e.g. a.m./p.m. interchanged)
activated at the
• Check if there has been a power failure
programmed times.
• Reset programs/all settings (Page 19)
• Check if Temporary Override/Hold Function is being used (Page 20)
The heating system
• Check the thermostat LCD screen to see if there has been a power failure
does not activate
• Check if the circuit breaker is open
• Check heating device to see if it is disabled.
• Check the wiring installation with a certified electrician
The heating system is • Check if the temperature is set too high
running constantly
• Check the wiring installation with a certified electrician
The temperature
• Ensure thermostat is not installed near a draft, in direct sunlight or near heatdisplay is incorrect
generating devices such as air-conditioners or heaters
Heating system seems • Check and ensure that you have selected a Cycle Rate that matches your
to cycle too often
particular heating system (Page 12-13)
The thermostat feels
• The normal surface temperature of the thermostat is 45ºC-55ºC (113ºF-131ºF)
HOT to the touch
while in operation. This is perfectly normal, as this thermostat is rated to
operate safely at these temperatures. However, it is recommended that the thermostat
should not be installed near heat sensitive/flammable materials or other fire hazards.
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Supplementary Information
Limited 3-year Repair Warranty
This product carries a 3-year manufacturer's warranty against defects in workmanship and materials.
This product is not guaranteed against wear or breakage due to misuse and/or abuse.
If the product is defective, return it with a dated proof of purchase, to the retailer from which you purchased it.
NOT COMPATIBLE WITH ANY 120/240 VOLT CIRCUIT.
CONTROL by/par Canarm™
Customer Service number (English) 1-800-265-1833
Numéro du Service à la Clientèle de Canarm (Français) 1-800-567-2513
Made in China
Imported by/Importé par
CONTROL™ by Canarm, CANARM Ltd/ltée.,
2157 Parkedale Avenue, Brockville, Ontario K6V 5V6
www.canarm.com
© 2012 Kelan-Hudson Group Inc.
Product specifications and appearance are subject to change without notice.
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