Noma thermostat instructions

Updated April 17, 2017

The winter and summer months can be uncomfortable if you do not have the proper heating and air-conditioning system in your home. It is also important to have a thermostat connected to this system to regulate the temperature and the usage of your heating and cooling system. The Noma company makes a line of programmable, digital thermostats that you can have installed in your home. Using the control panel on the thermostat, you can keep your home at the perfect temperature.

Slide the "Heat/Cool" switch at the bottom right side of the thermostat to the position corresponding to the system that you wish to use. If you slide it to the "Off" position, both the heating and the cooling system will be turned off. Slide the "Fan" switch at the bottom left side of the thermostat to the "Auto" position when using the heating or cooling, or to the "Fan" setting if you wish to use the fan without heating or cooling.

Press the "Up" and "Down" arrows to adjust the temperature you want the heating or cooling system to use. Before you press a button, the display will show the current temperature in you home. Press the buttons, and the temperature that the device is set to will appear. When the correct temperature appears, leave the unit alone and the system will turn on or off to reach the desired temperature.

Press the "Prog" button once to begin programming. "P1" will appear on the display showing that you are editing the first of four available programming slots. Press the "Ahead" and "Back" buttons to change the time that the system should turn on. Press the "Up" and "Down" arrows to adjust the desired temperature. When both are correct, press the "Prog" button again to save this program and move on to "P2."

Repeat Step 3 with each program you wish to set. When all of the programs are set to the correct time and temperature, press the "Current" button to return to the main screen. Note that the heating and cooling system will have different programs, so make sure the switch is at the correct position when you are finished.

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