A Honeywell thermostat allows you to control the ambient temperature in your home. With a programmable thermostat, you can set different temperatures throughout the day, such as lowering the thermostat while you are at work. Programmable thermostats eliminate the need to monitor the thermostat and save you money by automatically adjusting when you are sleeping or away from your home. A Honeywell thermostat has simple, easy to use controls.
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Use a watch or clock to determine the current time. Press the “Clock” button and then press the up and down arrow keys until you reach the current time. Press the “Done” button to save the time.
Press the “Fan” button to select a fan function. Press “On” to keep the fan running constantly. Press “Circ” to have the fan run in random spurts, about 35% of the time, according to Honeywell. (See Reference 1 Page 6) Press the “Auto” button to have the fan run when the heating or cooling system is on.
Press the “System” button to select a heating or cooling option. Press “Heat” to set the heating temperature. Press “Cool” to select a cooling temperature. Press “Auto” to allow the thermostat to determine a temperature. Press “Em Heat” to control the auxiliary heat, and press “Off” to shut the system off entirely.
Use the up and down arrows to select a heating or cooling temperature after selecting “Heat” or “Cool.”
Press “Sched” and then “Edit” to set an automatic cycle for the thermostat.
Choose the days of the week you want the automatic cycle to run by pressing the corresponding day of the week button on the unit
Press the “Wake” button and use the up and down arrows to select a time you want the heating or cooling to turn on. Use the up and down arrows to select a temperature for this period.
Press the “Leave” button and set a time and temperature. Press the “Return” button and select a time and temperature, and then press the “Sleep” button and select a time and temperature.
Press the up and down arrow keys on the unit to temporarily override the automatic schedule and use a different temperature.
Tips and warnings
- You can undo any changes your make to the thermostat by pressing the “Cancel” button.
- Some models of Honeywell thermostats come preprogrammed with automatic air cycles that follow Energy Stars guidelines. To follow this cycle, see your thermostats manual.
- Never use metal or sharp objects to operate the thermostat, doing so could cause damage to the device.
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