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T1-PAC  
T1-PHP  
LEGACY LINE -- RNC  
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTATS  
Installation Instructions  
included in literature and attached to the unit. Consult local  
building codes and the current editions of the National Electrical  
Code (NEC) NFPA 70.  
Designed and Assembled  
in the USA.  
In Canada, refer to the current editions of the Canadian Electrical  
Code CSA C22.1.  
Recognize safety information. This is the safety -- alert symbol  
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When you see this symbol on the unit and in the instructions or  
manuals, be alert to the potential for personal injury.  
Understand the signal words DANGER, WARNING, and  
CAUTION. These words are used with the safety -- alert symbol.  
DANGER identifies the most serious hazards which will result in  
severe personal injury or death. WARNING signifies a hazard  
which could result in personal injury or death. CAUTION is used  
to identify unsafe practices which may result in minor personal  
injury or product and property damage. NOTE is used to highlight  
suggestions which will result in enhanced installation, reliability, or  
operation.  
INTRODUCTION  
There are two Legacy Line -- RNC Series programmable thermostat  
models, one for AC applications and one for HP applications. Both  
are dual powered, operating from either 24VAC or two alkaline  
AA batteries. Configuration and program schedules are stored in  
non -- volatile memory, preserving this information during power  
loss and battery removal. Features include simplified 5/2  
programming, large backlit display, and modern styling.  
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Legacy Line -- RNC Series Programmable Thermostat  
NOTE: Read the entire instruction manual before starting the  
The AC model provides one stage of heating and one stage of  
cooling.  
installation  
TABLE OF CONTENTS  
The HP model provides two stages of heating and one stage of  
cooling.  
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SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1  
INTRODUCTION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1  
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1  
INSTALLATION . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1  
Step 1 — Thermostat Location . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 1  
Step 2 — Install Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2  
Step 3 — Set Thermostat Configuration . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2  
Step 4 — Understand Thermostat Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2  
Step 5 — Check Thermostat Operation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3  
WIRING DIAGRAMS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4  
INSTALLATION CONSIDERATIONS  
AC Operation  
For 24VAC operation, both the R and C wires must be connected  
to the 24VAC power source. Batteries are not needed.  
Battery Operation  
When batteries are used, the common (C) connection is not needed,  
saving a wire, and eliminating 24VAC operation. The thermostat  
continues to operate in the event of a power failure. Battery life is  
expected to be one year. A “low battery” reminder tells the  
homeowner when it is time to replace the batteries. When  
connected without the common wire, the thermostat will not  
operate without batteries. Continuous back -- lighting is not  
available.  
SAFETY CONSIDERATIONS  
Improper installation, adjustment, alteration, service, maintenance,  
or use can cause explosion, fire, electrical shock, or other  
conditions which may cause death, personal injury, or property  
damage. Consult a qualified installer, service agency, or your  
distributor or branch for information or assistance. The qualified  
installer or agency muse use factory -- authorized kits or accessories  
when modifying this product. Refer to the individual instructions  
packaged with the kits or accessories when installing.  
Both Battery and AC Operation  
If both batteries and 24VAC operation are used (batteries installed  
and the common wire connected), and indefinite clock operation  
are provided, the battery will be used only during AC power loss,  
extending battery life to nearly its shelf life.  
A jumper has to be properly set for backlight operation. J2 should  
be set in the “AC” position when the thermostat is operated from  
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4VAC. J2 should be set in the “BAT” position when the  
Follow all safety codes. Wear safety glasses, protective clothing,  
and work gloves. Have a fire extinguisher available. Read these  
instructions thoroughly and follow all warnings or cautions  
thermostat is operated from batteries. The thermostat will continue  
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to operate if J2 is not in the correct position or not connected.  
However, the backlight will not operate.  
6. Secure back plate to wall with 2 anchors and screws  
provided making sure all wires extend through hole in  
plastic.  
INSTALLATION  
IMPORTANT: Install batteries last to ensure proper thermostat  
mounting and latch engagement.  
NOTE: Anchoring the back plate will maximize proper mounting  
plate flatness and allow latch to fully engage.  
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. Connect wires to proper terminal location on backplate.  
Step 1 — Thermostat Location  
Thermostat should be mounted:  
S Approximately 5 ft (1.5m) from floor.  
. Push any excess wire back into wall. Seal hole in wall to  
prevent air leaks. Leaks can affect thermostat operation.  
Any excess wire left inside thermostat casing may also af-  
fect thermostat operation by interfering with airflow across  
the temperature sensor.  
S Close to or in a frequently used room, preferably on an inside  
partitioning wall.  
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. Set the thermostat front housing into the (2) latches  
S On a section of wall without pipes or duct work.  
(notches) on the bottom of the back plate.  
Thermostat should NOT be mounted:  
S Close to a window, on an outside wall, or next to a door leading  
to the outside.  
S Exposed to direct light and heat from the sun, a lamp, fireplace,  
or other heat -- radiating object which may cause a false reading.  
S Close to or in direct airflow from supply registers and return -- air  
grilles.  
S In areas with poor air circulation, such as behind a door or in an  
alcove.  
Step 2 — Install Thermostat  
IMPORTANT: Install batteries last to ensure proper thermostat  
mounting and latch engagement.  
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WARNING  
10. Rotate the front housing forward and press on the faceplate  
with thumbs near the Up/Down arrows on the right and the  
“H/C” and fan symbols on the left side of the display. Do  
this with a moderate amount of pressure.  
ELECTRICAL OPERATION HAZARD  
Failure to follow this warning could result in personal injury  
or death.  
Before installing thermostat, turn off all power to unit. There  
may be more than 1 disconnect. Lock out and tag switch with  
a suitable warning label.  
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. Turn OFF all power to unit.  
. If an existing thermostat is being replaced:  
a. Remove existing thermostat from wall.  
b. Disconnect wires from existing thermostat, one at a  
time. Be careful not to allow wires to fall back into wall.  
c. As each wire is disconnected, record wire color and  
terminal marking.  
d. Discard or recycle old thermostat.  
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1. If necessary, continue to rotate the front housing forward  
and press to engage the top corner latches.  
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CAUTION  
ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD  
Failure to follow this caution may result in environmental  
damage.  
Mercury is a hazardous waste. Federal regulations require that  
Mercury be disposed of properly.  
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. Separate front and back plastic assembly of thermostat.  
. Route thermostat wires through hole in mounting base.  
Level mounting base against wall (for aesthetic value only,  
thermostat need not be level for proper operation) and mark  
wall through 2 mounting holes.  
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. Drill two 3/16 -- in. (5 mm) mounting holes in wall where  
marked.  
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2. Snap thermostat together making sure assembly is secure.  
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3. Install the batteries.  
signal. Some auxiliary heaters require a separate G signal to operate  
the blower when W is applied.  
This option allows a HP thermostat to control an AC system.  
4. Turn ON power to unit.  
On power up, depending on the thermostat model being used, the  
LCD readout will display either AC for air conditioner model  
Option 10 -- Reversing valve  
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1 -- stage heat/1 -- stage cool) or HP for heat pump model (2 -- stage  
Selections: C = reversing valve energized in cooling —This is  
default.  
heat/1 -- stage cool).  
Step 3 — Set Thermostat Configuration  
Configuration options enable the installer to configure the  
thermostat for a particular installation.  
H = reversing valve energized in heating — Only  
appears in HP systems.  
Option 13 -- Room Air Temperature Offset  
These are not presented to the homeowner and therefore must be  
properly set by the installer. Following is a list of the options  
available, an explanation of their function, and their factory default  
settings. Not all numbers are used in the Legacy Line -- RNC Series  
because not all options are available in this series.  
Selections: ±5_F/±3_C. Default is 0.  
The number of degrees to be added to the displayed temperature to  
calibrate or deliberately miscalibrate the measured room  
temperature. This option is in _F even if Option 3 is set for _C.  
Option 21 -- Keypad Lockout  
Configuration Options -- Summary:  
Option 01 -- Equipment type  
Option 03 -- Fahrenheit/Centigrade  
Option 04 -- Fan (G) on with W output  
Option 10 -- Reversing valve  
Selections: ON, OF — Default is OF.  
With OF selected, the keypad cannot be locked. With ON selected  
the keypad will be locked and can be unlocked by simultaneously  
pressing the UP and DOWN keys for 5 seconds. Once unlocked, it  
will relock 2 minutes after the last keypad press. If any key is  
pressed and the thermostat is locked, “loc” will be displayed in the  
clock digits.  
Option 13 -- Room air temperature offset  
Option 21 -- Keypad Lockout  
Option 26 -- Minimum Cooling Setpoint  
Option 27 -- Maximum Heating Setpoint  
To Enter The Configuration Mode:  
Option 26 -- Minimum Cooling Setpoint  
Selections: 50_ to 90_F/10_ to 32_C — Default is 52_F/11_C.  
Sets the lowest cooling setpoint available to the user.  
Option 27 -- Maximum Heating Setpoint  
Press and hold the FAN key for about 10 seconds until the display  
changes so that only two pairs of digits are showing. The  
configuration number, now 01, will appear in the  
setpoint/temperature location and the configuration setting will  
appear in the clock location. The configuration number (left pair)  
will be flashing which means it can be adjusted using the UP and  
DOWN keys. To cause the opposite pair to flash (to be adjustable),  
press the H/C key. Successive presses of the H/C key alternate  
between the configuration number (left) and the configuration  
setting (right). To exit the configuration mode, press the  
HOLD/END key. If no key is pressed for 3 minutes, the  
configuration mode will automatically exit, returning the  
thermostat to normal operation.  
Selections: 50_ to 90_F/10_ to 32_C — Default is 88_F/31_C.  
Sets the highest heating setpoint available to the user.  
Step 4 — Understand Thermostat Operation  
Temperature Display  
Thermostat will display room temperature until UP or DOWN  
button is pressed. The words SET TEMP appear when these  
buttons are pressed and the current setpoint is displayed. If no  
buttons are pressed for 5 sec, the display will change back to show  
room temperature.  
Backlighting  
Continuous backlighting is not available. The backlight will come  
on for 10 seconds after any button press. Without AC power and  
when the battery is low, the backlight will remain off with button  
presses.  
Configuration Options -- Selection:  
Option 01 -- Equipment type  
Selections: with HP thermostat: HP, AC, PH, or PC  
with AC thermostat: AC or PC  
Battery Indicator  
A battery indication icon on the display shows nothing, half, or  
low/no battery condition. If the battery is full or operation is from  
AC power, no icon appears. Under battery operation, if the battery  
is half full, a half full battery icon appears. As the battery depletes  
below half, the icon remains at half, but the 10 second backlight  
disappears. When the battery is absent or depleted, the display goes  
blank except for an empty battery icon and all outputs are turned  
off.  
Meanings:  
PH or PC selects PTAC units (Packaged Terminal Air  
Conditioners) which are used in motel rooms and other rented  
spaces. When this option is selected, the display shows only the  
setpoint, not the room temperature. Also, the compressor  
timeguard is disabled, allowing the compressor to turn on  
immediately when a demand is established.  
HP or PH controls 1 speed heat pump with 1 stage of aux heat.  
AC or PC controls 1 speed air conditioner with one stage of heat.  
Note that this option allows a HP thermostat to be converted to  
control an AC system.  
Option 03 -- Fahrenheit/Centigrade  
Selections: F = Fahrenheit — This is default.  
C = Centigrade.  
Timeguard Timer  
A 5 -- minute timeguard is built into the thermostat immediately  
upon power up, and any time the compressor turns off. The  
compressor will not turn on until the timeguard has expired. The  
timeguard affects only compressor operation. Pressing UP and  
FAN buttons simultaneously will override the timeguard for 1  
cycle. If PTAC operation (PH or PC) is selected under Option 1,  
the timeguard timer is eliminated.  
Selects temperature display units.  
Cycle Timer  
Option 04 -- Fan (G) ON with W output  
Selections: OF = G not energized with W — This is default.  
ON = G energized with W.  
In normal heating and cooling operation the thermostat will not  
allow more than 4 equipment cycles per hour (or 1 cycle every 15  
minutes). Both the Y and W outputs have a 15 -- minute timer that  
starts counting down when the output is turned on, (e.g., if Y  
output is turned on for 9 minutes and then satisfies, it cannot turn  
back on for another 6 minutes regardless of demand). However,  
This selection determines whether the fan (G) is to be ON or OFF  
when the W (furnace or strip heat) is ON. Furnaces and fan coils  
which manage their own blowers do not require a separate G  
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pressing UP and FAN buttons simultaneously or changing the  
setpoint will override the timer for 1 cycle.  
Minimum on Timer  
If the internal non -- volatile memory fails, E4 will alternately flash  
with the temperature on the display and all heating and cooling  
outputs will be turned off. The thermostat must be replaced.  
Once the equipment has turned on, it will remain on for a  
minimum of 3 minutes regardless of demand. However, the  
equipment can turn off in less than 3 minutes if a change in  
setpoint, or a change in mode occurs.  
Step 5 — Check Thermostat Operation  
Fan Operation  
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. Press FAN button. This will start continuous fan operation.  
FAN ON icon will turn on.  
. Press FAN button again. This will stop continuous fan oper-  
ation. FAN ON icon will turn off.  
Staging Timer  
If the thermostat is a heat pump model, it has 2 -- stage heat  
capability. In normal operation there is a 15 -- minute delay between  
the first and second stages of heat. The Y output will energize first,  
then 15 minutes later, W is allowed to come on if the thermostat  
determines it is not satisfying the demand.  
However, if the heating demand is greater than 5_F/3_C, there will  
be only a 30 second delay before bringing on W.  
Heating Operation  
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. Press H/C button until HEAT is displayed.  
2. Press UP button until LCD readout reads 3_F/2_C above  
room temperature. Press UP and FAN buttons simultan-  
eously to defeat timers. Heating system should begin to op-  
erate immediately.  
Auxiliary Heat Indicator  
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. For HP thermostats only, press H/C button until EMHT  
emergency heat) appears. Press UP and FAN buttons sim-  
When operating a heat pump and either auxiliary heat or  
emergency heat is active, a front mounted LCD indicates this  
condition.  
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ultaneously to defeat timers. Emergency heating (W is ON,  
Y is OFF) should begin immediately.  
Cooling Operation  
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. Press H/C button until COOL is displayed.  
. Press DOWN button until LCD readout reads 3_/2_C be-  
low room temperature. Press UP and FAN buttons simultan-  
eously to defeat timers. Cooling system should begin to op-  
erate immediately.  
Table 1 shows the thermostat outputs for each available stage of  
heating or cooling. It may be useful in checkout or  
troubleshooting.  
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Error Messages  
If the room temperature sensor fails, two dashes ( -- -- ) will appear in  
the temperature display and all heating and cooling outputs will be  
turned off. The thermostat must be replaced.  
Table 1 – Outputs  
EQUIPMENT  
CONFIGURATION  
OPTION #1  
THERMOSTAT  
FACTORY  
CONFIGURATION  
COOL  
STAGE 1  
HEAT  
STAGE 1  
HEAT  
STAGE 2  
EM HEAT  
AC, PC  
AC, HP  
HP  
Y, G  
W
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--- ---  
W
HP, PH  
RVS = C  
Y, G, O / B  
Y, G  
Y, G  
Y, G, W  
HP, PH  
RVS = H  
HP  
Y, G, O / B  
Y, G, W, O / B  
W
WIRING DIAGRAMS  
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Fig. 1 -- A/C Thermostat Typical Installation  
Fig. 2 -- HP Thermostat Typical Installation  
E2010 Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems 7310 W. Morris St. Indianapolis, IN 46231  
Printed in U.S.A.  
Edition Date: 02/10  
Catalog No. IIT1 --- PAC --- 0 8  
Manufacturer reserves the right to discontinue, or change at any time, specifications or designs without notice and without incurring obligations.  
R e p l a ce s: IIT1 --- PA C --- 0 7  
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T1-PAC  
T1-PHP  
LEGACY LINE -- RNC  
PROGRAMMABLE THERMOSTATS  
Homeowner’s Guide  
MANUAL OPERATION  
To Operate Manually (Without the Programmed  
Comfort Schedule):  
Designed and Assembled  
in the USA.  
Press the HOLD/END button to make the HOLD icon appear.  
Then follow the four steps below:  
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. To Select the Mode:  
Use the H/C button to move between the choices. OFF,  
HEAT, COOL, or EMHT will appear on the display. EMHT  
will only appear on heat pump models.  
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4
. To Select the Fan Operation:  
Use the FAN button to move between continuous fan (in-  
dicated by the FAN ON icon) and auto fan operation.  
. To Read the Room Temperature:  
The large display reads room temperature until a button is  
pressed.  
. To Adjust the Setpoint:  
In normal operation, the large display shows room temper-  
ature. At the first press of the UP or DOWN button, the  
large display shows the current setpoint and the SET TEMP  
icon is turned on. Further presses of the UP or DOWN but-  
ton adjust the setpoint upward or downward. Five seconds  
after the last button press, the display returns to the room  
temperature and the SET TEMP icon turns off.  
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Legacy Line -- RNC Series Programmable Thermostat  
PROGRAMMED OPERATION  
Introduction  
SETTING TIME AND DAY  
At Power Up  
The Legacy Line -- RNC Series Programmable Thermostat provides  
four periods per day (MORNING, DAY, EVE, NIGHT) and two  
schedules per week (MoTuWeThFr and SaSu). A separate time,  
heat setpoint, and cool setpoint can be set for each period and  
schedule. Before starting to actually program the thermostat, fill  
out Table 1 with the values you wish to program. (The Energy  
Starr, US Department of Energy recommended time and  
temperature values are already programmed for you as a starting  
point and are shown on the left side of the table.)  
When power is first applied, AC or HP will appear for 5 seconds to  
tell you it is an air conditioner (AC) or a heat pump (HP) model.  
After this, the time display will flash to tell you the power has been  
off.  
Setting The Current Time:  
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. Press the TIME/TEMP button. SET TIME flashes on the  
display.  
. Press the UP or DOWN button until the correct time is dis-  
played.  
The first press of the PROGRAM button brings up the  
programming mode and places you at morning of the current day  
and period. Successive presses move you between the four daily  
periods.  
. To quickly advance to the proper time, press and hold the  
UP or DOWN button.  
. When the correct time appears on the display, press the  
HOLD/END button.  
While Programming:  
The TIME/TEMP button moves between three selections of SET  
TIME, SET TEMP & HEAT, and SET TEMP & COOL. These  
three numbers are to be programmed for each of the periods  
MORNING, DAY, EVE, and NIGHT.  
NOTE: If you choose not to press the HOLD/END button, the  
thermostat will automatically exit the time setting mode after 10  
seconds.  
Setting The Current Day:  
The DAY button moves between the weekdays, (MoTuWeThFr)  
and the weekend (SaSu) selections. A different schedule may be set  
for the weekdays and the weekend. You may exit programming at  
any time by pressing the HOLD/END button.  
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. Press the DAY button to advance to the correct day.  
2
. When the correct day appears on the display, press the  
HOLD/END button.  
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settings to the programmed comfort schedule. Pressing  
HOLD/END will not alter your programmed comfort schedule.  
Programming A Weekly Comfort Schedule:  
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. Press the PROGRAM button. The word PROGRAMMING  
appears on the display and the words SET TIME flash on  
the display. MoTuWeThFr or SaSu and the morning period  
icons will appear on the display. The current mode (HEAT  
or COOL) will also show. Use the DAY button to select  
weekdays and the PROGRAM button to select MORNING.  
Method 2 — Temporary Override  
At the first press of the UP or DOWN button, the current  
temperature setting will appear on the display. Pressing the UP or  
DOWN button again will temporarily change the setpoint as  
needed. At the next programmed time, the programmed comfort  
schedule will resume.  
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3
4
5
6
7
. Press the UP or DOWN button to set the start time for  
MORNING ( 1) value in Table 1).  
CHANGING BATTERIES  
. Press the TIME/TEMP button until COOL is on and SET  
TEMP flashes on the display.  
. Press the UP or DOWN button to select the cooling temper-  
ature setpoint ( 2) value in Table 1).  
. Press the TIME/TEMP button until HEAT is on and SET  
TEMP flashes on the display.  
. Press the UP or DOWN buttons to select the heating tem-  
perature setpoint ( 3) value in Table 1).  
In some situations, two AA batteries are the power source for the  
thermostat. If batteries are used with your equipment then they  
should last about one year. As the batteries lose their power a  
battery icon appears on the display. As the batteries get weaker, the  
icon goes down to one black bar and then none. As the icon  
becomes empty, you will begin to lose thermostat functions  
because the batteries are losing their power. When the batteries are  
completely dead, you won’t be able to use the thermostat.  
When using batteries for power, we recommend you replace them  
with two AA alkaline batteries. They are in a compartment under  
the lid on top of the thermostat. You do not have to remove the  
thermostat from the wall to replace the batteries. Simply open the  
lid, lift out the batteries, and replace them like you would any other  
battery operated device.  
. Press the PROGRAM button to advance to the next time  
period. Enter time and temperature settings ( 4) through 12  
in Table 1) for the periods DAY, EVE, and NIGHT by fol-  
lowing items 2 -- 6 above.  
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. Press the DAY button to change between weekday and  
weekend programming. To set the weekend schedule, repeat  
items 2 through 7, entering values in 13) through 24) in  
Table 1.  
TROUBLESHOOTING  
What if AUX HEAT appears on the display?  
. Press END/HOLD to exit the programming mode.  
(Heat pump model only)  
Modifying Your Weekly Comfort Schedule  
If you choose to change any of your weekly schedule, press  
PROGRAM at any time. You will enter the programming schedule  
at the present day, present mode, but always in the morning period.  
You are ready to set the new starting time for the morning period.  
One press of the TIME/TEMP button and you are ready to set the  
new morning temperature. To set values for other periods, use the  
PROGRAM button. To set values for other days, use the DAY  
button. Press HOLD/END and you are finished.  
If auxiliary heat is on, you will see AUX HEAT indicator in the  
display. When it is on this means the system has determined that  
it’s too cold outside for your heat pump to heat the house without  
help, so it’s getting help from the electric heaters. This happens  
automatically.  
NOTE: This indicator does not mean there is a problem with your  
system.  
What if E -- Heat appears on the display?  
If the heat pump is not working properly, you can manually turn  
on the emergency heat for extra help in heating. You’ll know  
there’s a problem if the house can’t seem to get warm when it’s  
cold outside.  
Overriding Your Comfort Schedule  
There are two ways to override your comfort schedule.  
Method 1 — Manual Operation  
By pressing the HOLD/END button to turn on the HOLD icon, the  
thermostat will maintain the current temperature settings and  
ignore the comfort schedule for an indefinite period of time. The  
word HOLD will appear in the display. Press the HOLD/END  
button a second time and the thermostat will return the temperature  
You want to avoid using emergency heat, though, because it’s the  
most expensive option. And, of course, if you suspect a problem  
with your heat pump, call your heating and cooling dealer  
immediately.  
Table 1 – Programming Table  
ENERGY STAR  
FACTORY DEFAULT VALUES  
NEW COMFORT SCHEDULE  
MoTuWe ThFr  
TIME  
SaSu  
PERIOD  
MORNING  
DAY  
TIME  
COOL  
HEAT  
COOL  
HEAT  
COOL  
14)  
HEAT  
15)  
TIME  
6:00  
78_F  
26_C  
68_F  
20_C  
1)  
4)  
2)  
5)  
8)  
3)  
6)  
9)  
13)  
A.M.  
:00  
A.M.  
:00  
P. M .  
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85_F  
29_C  
60_F  
16_C  
16)  
19)  
22)  
17)  
20)  
23)  
18)  
21)  
24)  
5
78_F  
26_C  
68_F  
20_C  
EVE  
7)  
1
0:00  
82_F  
28_C  
60_F  
16_C  
NIGHT  
10)  
11)  
12)  
P. M .  
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Limited Warranty for Thermostats  
FOR WARRANTY SERVICE OR REPAIR:  
Contact the installer or a Bryant dealer. You may find the installer’s name on the equipment or in your Owner’s Packet. You can also find a Bryant  
dealer online at www.bryant.com  
For help, contact: Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems, Consumer Relations, P.O. Box 4808, Syracuse, New York 13221, Phone 1-800-428-4326  
PRODUCT REGISTRATION: You can register your product online at www.bryant.com.  
Model Number_______________________________________________  
Date of Installation ___________________________________________  
Name of Owner ______________________________________________  
Serial Number _____________________________________________  
Installed by ________________________________________________  
Address of Installation _______________________________________  
Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems (hereinafter “Company”) warrants this product against failure due to defect in materials or workmanship under  
normal use and maintenance as follows. All warranty periods begin on the date of original installation. If a part fails due to defect during the applicable  
warranty period Company will provide a new or remanufactured part, at Company’s option, to replace the failed defective part at no charge for the part.  
Alternatively, and at its option, the Company will allow a credit in the amount of the then factory selling price for a new equivalent part toward the retail  
purchase price of a new Company product. Except as otherwise stated herein, those are Company’s exclusive obligations under this warranty for a  
product failure. This limited warranty is subject to all provisions, conditions, limitations and exclusions listed below and on the reverse (if any) of this  
document.  
OWNER-OCCUPIED, RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS  
This warranty is to the original purchasing owner and is transferable only to the extent and as stated in the Warranty Conditions and below. The  
warranty period in years, depending on the part and the claimant, is as shown in the chart below.  
Limited Warranty (Years)  
Product  
T6, T2, T1 Thermostats***  
Original Owner  
10* (or 5)  
Subsequent Owner  
10** (or 5)  
*
If properly registered within 90 days, otherwise 5 years (except in California and Quebec and other jurisdictions that prohibit warranty benefits  
conditioned on registration, registration is not required to obtain longer warranty periods). See Warranty Conditions below.  
*
* If properly transferred within 90 days, otherwise 5 years. See Warranty Conditions below. In California and Quebec and other jurisdictions that  
prohibit warranty benefits conditioned on registration, registration is not required for a transfer and all warranty periods for subsequent owners are  
five years from original installation.  
*
** Applies only to Thermostats. Active electronic finished good accessories, such as the optional ExP module, have different warranty terms. See  
product for details.  
OTHER RESIDENTIAL APPLICATIONS (Apartments, Rental Properties, etc.)  
The warranty period is five (5) years and is not transferable.  
OTHER APPLICATIONS  
This warranty is non-transferable. The warranty period is one (1) year on all such applications.  
LEGAL REMEDIES: The owner must notify the Company in writing, by certified or registered letter to Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems, Warranty  
Claims, P.O. Box 4808, Syracuse, New York 13221, of any defect or complaint with the product, stating the defect or complaint and a specific request  
for repair, replacement, or other correction of the product under warranty, mailed at least thirty (30) days before pursuing any legal rights or remedies.  
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WARRANTY CONDITIONS:  
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To obtain the longer warranty periods as shown in the table under original owner, for the original purchaser, the product must be properly  
registered at www.bryant.com within ninety (90) days of original installation. In jurisdictions where warranty terms conditioned on registration  
are prohibited by law, registration is not required and the longer warranty period shown will be apply.  
Where a product is installed in a newly constructed home, the date of installation is the date the homeowner purchased the home from the  
builder.  
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If the date of original installation cannot be verified, then the warranty period begins ninety (90) days from the date of product manufacture (as  
indicated by the model and serial number). Proof of purchase may be required at time of service.  
The remainder of the first five years of warranty is freely transferable without registration. To obtain a transfer of the longer warranty periods  
as shown in the table under subsequent owner, a subsequent owner must register the transfer at www.bryant.com within 90 days of the  
change in ownership and payment of a transfer fee. Not applicable in all jurisdictions. See website for details.  
Product must be installed properly and by a licensed HVAC technician.  
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The warranty applies only to products remaining in their original installation location.  
Installation, use, care, and maintenance must be normal and in accordance with instructions contained in the Installation Instructions, Owner’s  
Manual and Company’s service information.  
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Defective parts must be returned to the distributor through a registered servicing dealer for credit.  
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES:  
ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES AND/OR CONDITIONS (INCLUDING IMPLIED WARRANTIES OR  
CONDITIONS OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR USE OR PURPOSE) ARE LIMITED TO THE DURATION OF THIS  
LIMITED WARRANTY. SOME STATES OR PROVINCES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY OR  
CONDITION LASTS, SO THE ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU. THE EXPRESS WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS WARRANTY ARE  
EXCLUSIVE AND MAY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR, DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON,  
WHATSOEVER.  
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT COVER:  
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Labor or other costs incurred for diagnosing, repairing, removing, installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either defective parts, or  
replacement parts, or new units.  
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Any product purchased over the Internet.  
Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or Owner’s Manual, including filter cleaning and/or replacement  
and lubrication.  
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Failure, damage or repairs from faulty installation, misapplication, abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration or improper operation.  
Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers, or damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical  
service.  
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Failure or damage due to floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments (rust, etc) or other conditions beyond the control of  
Company.  
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Parts not supplied or designated by Company, or damages resulting from their use.  
Products installed outside the U.S.A. or its territories and Canada.  
Electricity or fuel costs, or increases in electricity or fuel costs from any reason whatsoever, including additional or unusual use of  
supplemental electric heat.  
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1. ANY SPECIAL, INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Some  
states or provinces do not allow the exclusion of incidental or consequential damages, so the above limitation may not apply to you.  
This Warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which vary from state to state or province to province.  
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