Bryant TSTATBBNQ001 Thermostat User Manual

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USERS INFORMATION MANUAL  
M O D E L T S T A T B B N Q 0 0 1  
N O N - P R O G R A M M A B L E D I G I T A L  
T H E R M O S T A T  
Heating & Cooling Systems  
NOTE TO INSTALLER:  
This manual must be left with the equipment user.  
SINGLE STAGE HEAT & COOL  
THERMOSTAT  
Battery Operated  
4-Wire Operation  
Millivolt Compatible  
Digital Display  
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DC Voltage Compatible  
Stage: 1-Heat, 1-Cool  
Easy Slide Switch  
Operation  
Heat Cool Thermostat  
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Table Of Contents  
LOCATION OF CONTROLS  
DISPLAY  
NORMAL OPERATION  
PREPARATION  
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4
5
6
7
8
REMOVE OLD THERMOSTAT  
INSTALLATION AND BATTERY  
REPLACEMENT  
WIRE CONNECTIONS  
JUMPER CONFIGURATION  
TEST OPERATION  
TROUBLESHOOTING  
WARRANTY  
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Bryant Heating & Cooling Systems Patents Pending 4/03  
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Safety Warnings  
TSTATBBNQ001  
CAUTION Follow Installation Instructions carefully.  
DISCONNECT POWER TO THE HEATER -  
AIR CONDITIONER BEFORE REMOVING  
THE OLD THERMOSTAT AND INSTALLING WARNING  
THE NEW THERMOSTAT.  
CAUTION  
The 2 Alkaline “AA” batteries must be replaced at least  
every 12 months to assure proper operation.  
The thermostat will display the Low Battery  
code (fig. 1) on the display of the thermostat  
when it is time to replace the batteries.  
FIG. 1  
When  
is displayed the batteries must be replaced  
immediately. The manufacturer cannot be liable for  
improper operation of the thermostat if the batteries are  
not immediately replaced.  
The annual battery replacement is especially critical in  
locations subject to freezing temperatures. The  
thermostat will be unable to turn on the Heat if the  
batteries are exhausted.  
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC rules.  
Operation is subject to the following 2 conditions:  
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1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2)  
This device must accept any interference received, including  
interference that may cause undesired operation.  
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Location of Controls  
UP & DOWN  
BUTTONS  
72  
MODE SWITCH  
Heat, Cool or Off  
FAN SWITCH  
On or Auto  
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Display  
SET TEMP  
78 74  
Current room temperature.  
If the Up or Down arrow buttons are pressed the  
thermostat will show the desired Set Temp temperature  
indicator. Once this screen is reached you may use the  
Up or Down arrow buttons to adjust the desired room  
temperature.  
After five seconds with no button presses the  
thermostat will revert back to show the current  
room temperature.  
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Normal Operation  
UP & DOWN  
BUTTONS  
72  
MODE SWITCH  
Heat, Cool or Off  
Manual Operation  
FAN SWITCH  
On or Auto  
Select heat or cool with the mode switch.  
Normally leave the fan switched to auto.  
In fan auto, the fan will turn on only with a heat  
or cool demand. When Fan On is selected, the  
fan will run continuously, even when the mode  
switch is set to Off.  
Adjust the desired set temperature with the  
Up or Down buttons.  
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Step #1  
Preparation  
Proper installation of the thermostat will be  
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Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
accomplished by following these step  
by step instructions. If you are unsure  
about any of these steps, call a qualified  
technician for assistance.  
These tools will be required:  
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Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
Flat Blade  
Screwdriver  
Wire cutter  
& Stripper  
Make sure your Heater/Air Conditioner  
is working properly before beginning  
installation of the thermostat.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
Carefully unpack the thermostat.  
Save the screws and instructions.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
Turn off the power to the Heating/Air  
Conditioning system at the main fuse  
panel. Most residential systems have  
a separate breaker for disconnecting  
power to the furnace.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
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Step #2  
Remove & Replace Old Thermostat  
Remove the cover of the old thermostat.  
If it does not come off easily check for  
screws.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
Loosen the screws holding the thermostat  
base or subbase to the wall, and lift away.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
Disconnect the wires from the old  
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Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
thermostat. Tape the ends of the wires  
as you disconnect them, and mark them  
with the letter of the terminal for easy  
reconnection to the new thermostat.  
Keep the old thermostat for reference  
purposes, until your new thermostat is  
functioning properly.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
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Step #3  
Installation and Battery Replacement  
To Open The Thermostat  
The top of the thermostat housing has two (2) screw-  
driver slots to assist when seperating.  
SCREWDRIVER  
SLOTS  
To pull the housing apart, insert a small blade screw-  
driver into the slot and rotate 90 . This will release  
the top housing snaps.  
Repeat the procedure in the other screw driver slot.  
Separate the housing halves by pulling the top  
forward until the pins release, and then lift the bottom  
out.  
The batteries must be replaced  
immediately when the thermostat  
displays the Low Battery code (fig.1).  
FIG. 1  
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Battery Replacement  
REPLACE WITH ALKALINE BATTERIES AT LEAST ONCE  
EVERY YEAR, OR WHEN THE “LOW BATTERY”  
APPEARS (pages 2,8).  
ICON  
POSITION BATTERIES AS SHOWN  
USE “AA” SIZE  
ALKALINE BATTERIES  
USE “AA” SIZE  
ALKALINE BATTERIES  
FAN W/ HEAT  
J1  
1
2
3
HEAT PUMP  
J2  
3
2 1  
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Step #4  
Wire Connections  
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If the terminal designations on your old  
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
thermostat do not match those on the  
new thermostat, refer to the chart below,  
or the wiring diagrams that follow.  
Wire from the  
Install on the  
new thermostat  
connector marked  
old thermostat  
Function  
terminal marked  
W1, W or H  
Heating  
Cooling  
W
Y
Y1 or Y  
Rev. Valve  
B
O
B
(
Energize to Heat)  
Rev. Valve  
O
G
R
(
Energize to Cool)  
G or F  
Fan  
Rh, R, M, Vr, A  
Power  
Thermal Insulating Sheet  
A label is provided on the backplate  
that prevents drafts, originating inside  
the wall, from entering the thermostat.  
These drafts, left unchecked, may  
cause incorrect room temperature  
readings.  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
Please do not remove this label  
from the thermostat. Insert the wires  
through the slots provided in the label  
as shown in Fig. 1  
MODEL: TSTATBBNQ001  
7061606  
4Z95  
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USE SIZE “AA”  
ALKALINE BATTERIES  
MADE IN CHINA  
Fig. 1  
Wire Slots  
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Sample Wiring Diagrams  
4
Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 1 Stage Gas Heat  
Residential Gas or Electric Heat *,  
Electric Cool, split systems & package  
units  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
4
Conductor 18 to 22 gauge  
unshielded cable from the  
thermostat to the equipment.  
POWER  
FAN  
COOLING  
GAS OR  
ELECTRIC HEAT  
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Sample Wiring Diagrams  
4
Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 1 Stage Heat-Heat Pump with O reversing valve*.  
Residential Heat Pumps, split systems & package units, with no auxiliary heat.  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
4
Conductor 18 to 22 gauge  
unshielded cable from the  
thermostat to the equipment.  
POWER  
FAN  
REVERSING VALVE  
COMPRESSOR  
*
For Heat Pump or Electric Heat applications see page 17 or 18 for Jumper configuration.  
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Sample Wiring Diagrams  
4
Wire, 1 Stage Cooling, 1 Stage Heat-Heat Pump with B reversing valve*.  
Residential Heat Pumps, split systems & package units, with no auxiliary heat.  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
4
Conductor 18 to 22 gauge  
unshielded cable from the  
thermostat to the equipment.  
POWER  
FAN  
REVERSING VALVE  
COMPRESSOR  
*
For Heat Pump or Electric Heat applications see page 17 or 18 for Jumper configuration.  
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Sample Wiring Diagrams  
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Wire, 1 Stage Heat  
Residential Gas or Electric Heat units  
with a separately controlled fan.  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
3
Conductor 18 to 22 gauge  
unshielded cable from the  
thermostat to the equipment.  
POWER  
FAN  
GAS OR  
ELECTRIC HEAT  
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Sample Wiring Diagrams  
2
Wire, 1 Stage Gas Heat  
Residential Gas or Millivolt units.  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
2
Conductor 18 to 22 gauge  
unshielded cable from the  
thermostat to the equipment.  
POWER  
GAS OR  
ELECTRIC HEAT  
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Sample Wiring Diagrams  
3
Wire, 1 Stage Cooling  
Residential Electric Cool units  
W
Y
B
O
G
R
3
Conductor 18 to 22 gauge  
unshielded cable from the  
thermostat to the equipment.  
POWER  
FAN  
COOLING  
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Step #5  
Jumper Configuration  
Figure-A)  
FAN W/ HEAT  
J1  
1
2
3
HEAT PUMP  
J2  
3
2 1  
Jumper and Jumper are shown in the  
factory default positions for typical gas  
furnace heating with electric cooling.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
OUTPUTS  
No Demand  
With Demand  
Y, G, O*  
W
Cooling Mode  
Heating Mode  
O*  
B*  
*
Outputs active - For normal operation do not connect to equipment  
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Step #5  
Jumper Configuration  
Figure-B)  
FAN W/ HEAT  
J1  
1
2
3
HEAT PUMP  
J2  
3
2 1  
Jumper is used to select Fan On (G)  
with Heat (W). Jumper shown in the  
factory default position.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
OUTPUTS  
No Demand  
With Demand  
Y, G, O*  
Cooling Mode  
Heating Mode  
O*  
B*  
W, G  
*
Outputs active - For normal operation do not connect to equipment  
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Step #5  
Jumper Configuration  
Figure-C)  
FAN W/ HEAT  
J1  
1
2
3
HEAT PUMP  
J2  
3
2 1  
Jumper and Jumper are used to select  
heat pump operation. Note: Thermostat  
Does Not Have Auxiliary Heat / Emergency  
Heat Capability. Leave jumpers in original  
factory default positions (figure-A) for non  
heat pump applications.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
OUTPUTS  
No Demand  
With Demand  
Y, G, O*  
Cooling Mode  
Heating Mode  
O*  
B**  
Y , G, B**  
*
Output active in Cooling  
* Output active in Heating  
Y active in Heating  
*
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Step #5  
Test Operation  
Turn on the power to the Heating/Air  
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Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
Conditioning system.  
Adjust the Slide Switch until it is located  
under the word HEAT on the thermostat.  
Press the Up or Down buttons until the set  
temperature is 10 degrees above room  
temperature. The HVAC unit should  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
energize in the heating mode (pages 4-5).  
Adjust the Slide Switch until it is located  
under the word COOL on the thermostat.  
Press the Up or Down buttons until the set  
temperature is 10 degrees below room  
temperature. The HVAC unit should  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
energize in the cooling mode (pages 4-5).  
Adjust the Slide Switch until it is located  
under the word OFF. Adjust the other slide  
switch until it is located under the word Fan  
On. The fan should turn on and run  
continuously (pages 4-5).  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
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Troubleshooting  
SYMPTOM: The slide switches on the thermostat  
are very difficult to move.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
CAUSE: The backplate of the thermostat is  
deformed by being screwed tightly into a  
wall that is not perfectly flat.  
REMEDY: Loosen the screws holding the  
thermostat into the wall.  
SYMPTOM: The air conditioning does not  
attempt to turn on.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
CAUSE: The cooling setpoint is set too  
high or the Mode Switch is not set for  
Cool, or the batteries are too weak.  
REMEDY: Consult the Normal Operation  
section of this manual to lower the  
cooling setpoint and to correct the  
Mode Switch position, or replace  
the batteries (page 9).  
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Troubleshooting  
SYMPTOM: The heating does not attempt  
to turn on.  
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2
Heat Off Cool  
FanOn FanAuto  
CAUSE: The heating setpoint is set too  
low or the Mode Switch is not set for  
Heat, or the batteries are too weak.  
REMEDY: Consult the Normal Operation  
section in this manuals to raise the  
heating setpoint and to correct the  
Mode Switch position, or replace  
the batteries (Page 9).  
Battery Stat TSTATBBNQ001  
Tested to Comply  
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FC  
with FCC Standards  
FOR HOME OR OFFICE USE  
4Z95  
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Warranty  
5
-Year Warranty - This Product is warranted to be free from defects in material and  
workmanship. If it appears within five years from the date of original installation, whether or  
not actual use begins on that date, that the product does meet this warranty, a new or  
remanufactured part, at the manufacturer’s sole option, to replace any defective part will  
be provided without charge for the part itself; PROVIDED the defective part is returned to  
the distributor through a qualified servicing dealer.  
THIS WARRANTY DOES NOT INCLUDE LABOR OR OTHER COSTS incurred for diagnosing, repairing,  
removing, installing, shipping, servicing or handling of either defective parts or replacement  
parts. Such costs may be covered by a separate warranty provided by the installer.  
THIS WARRANTY APPLIES ONLY TO PRODUCTS IN THEIR ORIGINAL  
INSTALLATION LOCATION AND BECOMES VOID UPON REINSTALLATION.  
LIMITATIONS OF WARRANTIES – ALL IMPLIED WARRANTIES (INCLUDING IMPLIED  
WARRANTIES OF FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND MERCHANTABILITY)  
ARE HEREBY LIMITED IN DURATION TO THE PERIOD FOR WHICH THE LIMITED  
WARRANTY IS GIVEN. SOME STATES DO NOT ALLOW LIMITATIONS ON HOW  
LONG AN IMPLIED WARRANTY LASTS, SO THE ABOVE MAY NOT APPLY TO YOU.  
THE EXPRESSED WARRANTIES MADE IN THIS WARRANTY ARE EXCLUSIVE AND  
MANY NOT BE ALTERED, ENLARGED, OR CHANGED BY ANY DISTRIBUTOR,  
DEALER, OR OTHER PERSON WHATSOEVER.  
ALL WORK UNDER THE TERMS OF THIS WARRANTY SHALL BE PERFORMED  
DURING NORMAL WORKING HOURS. ALL REPLACEMENT PARTS, WHETHER  
NEW OR REMANUFACTURED, ASSUME AS THEIR WARRANTY PERIOD ONLY THE  
REMAINING TIME PERIOD OF THIS WARRANTY.  
THE MANUFACTURER WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR:  
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. Normal maintenance as outlined in the installation and servicing instructions or owners  
manual including filter cleaning and/or replacement and lubrication.  
. Damage or repairs required as a consequence of faulty installation, misapplication,  
abuse, improper servicing, unauthorized alteration or improper operation.  
. Failure to start due to voltage conditions, blown fuses, open circuit breakers or other  
damages due to the inadequacy or interruption of electrical service.  
. Damage as a result of floods, winds, fires, lightning, accidents, corrosive environments or  
other conditions beyond the control of the Manufacturer.  
. Parts not supplied or designated by the Manufacturer, or damages resulting from their  
use.  
. Manufacturer products installed outside the continental U.S.A., Alaska, Hawaii, 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.  
. ANY SPECIAL INDIRECT OR CONSEQUENTIAL PROPERTY OR COMMERCIAL  
DAMAGE OF ANY NATURE WHATSOEVER. Some states do not allow the exclusion of  
incidental or consequential damages, so the above may not apply to you.  
This warranty gives you specific legal rights, and you may also have other rights which may  
vary form state to state.  
Form No. OM17-55  
P/N 88-400  
Catalog No. 13TS-TA63  
Rev. 2  
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