Bryant TZEMT400AB32MAA Thermostat User Manual

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Thermostat Guide  
Model TZEMT400AB32MAA  
NOTE: This thermostat is not compatible with dual  
Tools Needed  
fuel systems (heating system with both heat pump  
and gas furnace), unless the system is controlled  
with a dual fuel accessory relay kit. If you are  
unsure whether your dual fuel system is controlled  
with this accessory or if you need a dual fuel kit,  
please contact a qualified heating and cooling  
contractor.  
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Table of Contents  
Physical Installation and Wiring  
System Settings at Thermostat  
Perform System Checkout  
Pages 2-6  
Pages 7-8  
Page 9  
TM  
Enroll Thermostat into Schlage LiNK System  
Pages 10-11  
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2009 Schlage Lock Company  
Customer Service Phone #: (877) 288-7707  
Thermostat Guide Rev. 5/09-Alpha  
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Physical Installation and Wiring  
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WARNING  
Voltage hazard. Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage.  
Turn off all power to heating and cooling equipment before beginning installation.  
Remove the existing thermostat cover from the wall plate.  
Leave wires attached.  
Consult instructions that came with existing thermostat as needed.  
The look of your existing  
thermostat may vary  
Thermostat  
cover  
Wall plate  
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If your existing thermostat is battery powered:  
Look to see if there is a 24 Volt Common wire attached to your existing thermostat. That wire is required to power  
the new thermostat. It is typically (but not always) colored blue. With battery powered thermostats, it most likely will  
not be connected to the HVAC unit. It is typically identified with one of the following terminal names: C, X, B, COM  
If your existing thermostat is battery powered and did not use the 24 Volt common wire, contact  
a qualified heating and cooling service contractor as needed to properly attach the wire.  
Locate the wiring labels located in the box with the new thermostat.  
B
C
E
F
G
O
L
Y1 Y2  
B
C
E
F
G
O
L
Y 1 Y 2  
Rc Rh X2  
T
W1 W2 W3  
X
Y
R
R
R
R
R c R h X 2  
T
W 1 W 2 W 3  
X
Y
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Label the wires on your existing thermostat to match terminal names.  
Wire colors are not necessarily an indicator of which labels should be used.  
a. Look at where each wire is connected to the existing thermostat and find the  
letter shown next to that wire terminal.  
Y
G
R
O
b. Peel off the matching label and wrap it around each corresponding wire.  
c. If you have a terminal with a letter that is not shown on the label, wrap a  
piece of masking tape around that wire and write down that terminal name  
on the tape.  
W2  
!
Wire colors and  
letters may vary  
E
C
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Identify your System Type from the list below.  
You will need to check your wire labels to help identify the system type.  
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Gas Furnace - Single Stage  
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Uses gas for heating  
Has a “W” or “W1” wire, but does NOT have a “W2”  
Gas Furnace - Multistage  
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Uses gas for heating  
Has a “W” or “W1” wire plus a “W2” (for 2nd stage heat) and/or "Y2" (for 2nd stage cool)  
Electric Furnace - Single Stage  
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Uses electric for heating  
Does NOT have an “O” or “B” terminal (those are unique to a Heat Pump system)  
Has a “W” or “W1” wire, but does NOT have a “W2”  
1Electric Furnace - Multistage  
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Uses electric for heating  
Does NOT have an “O” or “B” terminal (those are unique to a Heat Pump system)  
Has a “W” or “W1” wire plus a “W2” (for 2nd stage heat) and/or “Y2” (for 2nd stage cool)  
1Heat Pump - Single Stage  
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Has an “O” or “B” terminal (for the change over valve) which is unique to heat pumps  
Does NOT have a “Y2” terminal (for 2nd stage heat and cool)  
1Heat Pump - Multistage  
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Has an “O” or “B” terminal (for the change over valve) which is unique to heat pumps  
Has a “Y2” terminal (for 2nd stage heat and cool)  
CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD - Improper system type selection can lead to equipment damage  
or high utility costs. Follow the System Type table carefully to properly select and setup the control to ensure proper  
heating and cooling system operation.  
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Remove existing wall plate.  
MERCURY NOTICE  
Note: During this process, make sure that the wires do  
not pull back into wall opening.  
When this control is replacing an old control that  
contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not dispose  
of your old control in the trash. Dispose of properly.  
Contact your local waste management authority  
for instructions regarding recycling and proper  
disposal of the old control.  
a. Detach all wires from wall plate.  
b. Remove all screws attaching the wall plate to the  
wall and remove wall plate.  
A listing of heating, ventilating and air conditioning  
wholesalers that participate in the Thermostat  
Recycling Corporation’s recycling program are  
available at www.thermostat-recyle.org .  
c. See “MERCURY NOTICE” to the right.  
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Separate the face of the TZEMT400 thermostat from the wall plate.  
Apply pressure at two tabs on top of wall plate to release it.  
Tabs  
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4COM  
TM  
24RC  
24RH  
NOTE: It is not recommended that this Z-wave  
W1  
W2/0  
G
Y1  
Y2  
thermostat be mounted onto metal structures. Metal  
may affect the radio frequency (RF) communication  
TM  
between the thermostat and the Z-wave bridge.  
Wall plate  
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Mark two mounting holes using new wall plate.  
a. Pull wires through hole in center of wall plate.  
b. Locate the new wall plate over existing opening.  
c. Mark two holes with pencil.  
d. Use a level to verify that the two holes locations are level.  
e. Correct holes locations as needed.  
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4COM  
2
4RC  
4RH  
2
W1  
W2/0  
G
Y1  
Y2  
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Prepare two mounting holes.  
a. Drill 1/16” pilot holes in the two locations that were marked in step 9.  
If mounting to drywall with no studs behind it, enlarge pilot holes to  
1
/8” for anchors.  
b. If using anchors, screw them into the holes.  
Anchors  
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Install new wall plate.  
a. Pull wires through hole in center of wall plate.  
b. Locate the new wall plate over existing opening.  
c. Attach wall plate to wall using two screws provided. Do not overtighten.  
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4COM  
2
4RC  
4RH  
2
W1  
W2/0  
G
Y1  
Y2  
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Review the wiring chart information.  
a. Find the chart below that has your correct System Type.  
b. On the chart, find the Thermostat Brand that matches your existing thermostat.  
c. Compare your Wire Labels to the chart and identify which ones you have (it may only have some of the ones shown).  
d. Look at the New Thermostat Terminals row at the bottom of the chart to see what your wires connect to.  
System Type - Gas or Electric  
Multistage Heating  
(Stage 2)  
Multistage Cooling  
(Stage 2)  
(
Single Stage & Multistage)  
Themostat Brand  
Carrier/Bryant  
Wire Labels  
C
X
C
C
C
R
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
G
G
G
G
G
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
L
L
Coleman  
R
R
R
R
Comfortmaker  
X/W2  
W2  
L
Heil-Quaker  
Honeywell, Robert Shaw, White Rogers  
Lennox CB19  
C
X
X
X
C
X
B
B
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
R
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W or W1  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
W2  
G
F
Y or Y1  
M
Y2  
L
Lennox HP19/20  
Lennox HP21 + CB21  
Lennox HP22 + CB19  
Payne  
F
Y or Y1  
M
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
L
L
F
G
G
G
G
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
L/W3  
L
Rheem/Ruud  
Trane/American Standard (Weathertron)  
York  
T/F  
X
Connects to  
New Thermostat Terminals  
24COM 24RC  
24RH  
W1  
W2/O  
G
Y1  
Y2  
Not used  
System Type - Heat Pump  
Change Over  
Valve  
Multistage Compressor  
(Stage 2)  
(
Single Stage & Multistage)  
Themostat Brand  
Carrier/Bryant  
Wire Labels  
C
X
C
C
C
R
R
*E & W2  
O
B
G
G
G
G
G
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
L
L
Coleman  
*E & W2  
W1  
Comfortmaker  
R
O
X/W2  
W2  
L
Heil-Quaker  
R
W1  
O
Honeywell, Robert Shaw, White Rogers  
RC  
R
E & W  
O/B  
Lennox CB19  
C
X
X
X
C
X
B
B
R
V/VR  
R/VR  
R/VR  
R
*E & W1  
*E & Y  
O
R
O
R
O
B
G
F
Y or Y1  
M
Y2  
L
Lennox HP19/20  
Lennox HP21 + CB21  
Lennox HP22 + CB19  
Payne  
*E & W1  
*E & Y  
F
Y or Y1  
M
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
Y2  
L
L
F
*E & W2  
*E & W2  
*X2 & W  
W
G
G
G
G
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
Y or Y1  
L/W3  
L
Rheem/Ruud  
R
Trane/American Standard (Weathertron)  
York  
R
O
O
T/F  
X
R
Connects to  
New Thermostat Terminals  
24COM 24RC  
24RH  
W1  
W2/O  
G
Y1  
Y2  
Not used  
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If you have any of the following pairs of terminals (E & W1, E & W2, E & Y, X2 & W), connect both wires to “W1”  
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Attach all wires securely to the new thermostat.  
Note: A wire must be connected to “24COM” to power the thermostat.  
a. Use the information from step 12 to match the wires to the correct terminals.  
b. Use 1/8” blade screwdriver to secure wires in terminals.  
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4COM  
24RC  
24RH  
W1  
W2/0  
G
CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD - Improper wiring can lead to equipment damage.  
Follow the Terminal Connection information from step 12 carefully to ensure the control is wired properly. After  
wires are secure, bare wires MUST NOT touch each other.  
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4 If necessary, cut the internal jumper wire (JP1).  
Skip this step if there is a single wire connected to either “24RC” or  
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4 C O M  
24RH”. However, if there is a wire connected to BOTH “24RC” and  
24RH”, see the information below about cutting the JP1 jumper.  
JP1  
2 4 R R C H  
24COM  
W 1  
W 2 / 0  
24RC  
24RH  
G
W1  
Y 1  
Y 2  
W2/0  
G
Y1  
Y2  
If terminals 24RC and 24RH both have wires connected to them,  
the JP1 jumper wire must be cut. The jumper is located on back of the  
thermostat face as shown in the illustration to the right.  
O
T
O
T
IMPORTANT - Before cutting the JP1 jumper, recheck the labels on your  
wiring against the chart on page 12 to verify that both terminals (24RC  
and 24RH) were used on the old thermostat and should have wires  
connected to them on the new thermostat.  
JP1  
2
2
JP1  
2
2
SPL  
I
TRC  
/
RH  
2
SPL  
I
TRC  
/
RH  
2
CUTJUMPER  
CUTJUMPER  
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Attach the thermostat face to the wall plate.  
a. Tuck wiring flat inside the wall plate.  
b. Carefully place the face plate against wall plate while aligning pins into wire  
terminals.  
2
4COM  
24RC  
2
4RH  
W1  
W2/0  
c. Push thermostat face into wall plate until it is secure.  
G
Y1  
Y2  
If thermostat face does not easily slide into wall plate,  
DO NOT force it. Check alignment of pins on back of thermostat  
face. Also, make sure wiring is pressed flat and is not bunched  
together.  
Wires  
pressed flat  
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Turn power to heating and cooling system back on.  
The thermostat display should turn on and begin displaying information. If the thermostat display does not come on, go back  
through the installation steps and look for problems. Pay special attention to steps 3 and 12.  
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System Settings at Thermostat  
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7 Set Time and Date  
a. Press the MENU button twice.  
c. Scroll up or down to Set Clock (it is the first option),  
then press the Select button.  
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1:15 AM Outside 60  
User Settings  
Scroll  
up  
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6 H  
Set Clock  
Filter Service  
Maint Service  
Screen Timeout  
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4 C  
MENU MODE FAN  
RUN  
Scroll  
down  
Done  
Select  
MENU button  
Select button  
d. Press or to highlight the data you want to change.  
b. Scroll up or down to User Settings (it is the first  
option), then press the Select button.  
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e. Scroll up or down (+ or -) to make changes.  
f. Press the Set button when you are finished.  
g. Press the Done button twice to exit the menu.  
Menu Selection  
Scroll  
up  
User Settings  
Usage Graph  
ESM Setpoints  
ZWave Install  
Set Clock  
Scroll  
up  
Time  
Date  
Day  
10 :15 AM  
3 / 23 / 09  
Mon  
Scroll  
down  
Done  
Select  
Scroll  
down  
Back  
Set  
Select button  
Set button  
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Gas Furnace - Single Stage, go to step 20  
Gas Furnace - Multistage, perform step 19A  
Electric Furnace, perform step 19B  
Heat Pump, perform step 19C  
If your Gas or Electric furnace system also has:  
Electric Air Conditioning - Multistage, perform additional step 19D  
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Note: It may be necessary to go back and review step 6 in the installation section to verify the differences  
between the system types.  
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9A Gas Furnace - Multistage Mechanical Settings  
a. Press the MENU button twice.  
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1:15 AM Outside 60  
b. Press and hold the two inner buttons for 3 seconds to view  
Installer Settings.  
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6 H  
c. Scroll down to System Settings and press the Select button.  
d. Scroll to Mechanical Settings (it is the first option), then press  
the Select button.  
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4 C  
RUN  
MENU MODE FAN  
e. Scroll down to 2nd Stage Heat.  
f. Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.  
g. Press the Done button 4 times to return to the Home screen.  
h. If your system also has 2nd stage air conditioning, go to step 3D.  
Menu Two inner  
button  
buttons  
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9B Electric Furnace Mechanical Settings  
a. Press the MENU button twice.  
b. Press and hold the two inner buttons for 3 seconds to view  
Installer Settings.  
c. Scroll down to System Settings and press the Select button.  
d. Scroll to Mechanical Settings (it is the first option), then press  
the Select button.  
Mechanical Settings  
Heatpump  
Scroll  
up  
Type  
Fan Type  
C/O Type  
Elec  
w/Cool  
2
nd Stage Heat  
N
Done  
Select  
Scroll  
down  
e. Scroll down to Fan Type.  
f. Press the + button to change the setting Electric.  
If Single Stage System, setup is complete, press Done.  
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button Select button  
If Multistage System, continue with steps “g” through “j”.  
g. Scroll down to 2nd Stage Heat.  
h. Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.  
i.  
j.  
Press the Done button to return to the Home screen.  
If your system also has 2nd stage air conditioning, go to step 3D.  
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9C Heat Pump Mechanical Settings  
a. Press the MENU button twice.  
b. Press and hold the two inner buttons for 3 seconds to view  
Installer Settings.  
c. Scroll down to System Settings and press the Select button.  
d. Scroll to Mechanical Settings (it is the first option), then press  
the Select button.  
e. Scroll to system Type.  
f. Press the + button to change the setting to Heat Pump.  
g. Scroll down to Fan Type.  
h. Press the + button to change the setting Electric.  
i.  
If Coleman, Rheem, or Rudd brand heat pump, scroll to C/O  
Type and change to With Heat.  
If Single Stage System, setup is complete, press Done.  
If Multistage System, continue with steps “j” through “n”.  
j.  
k. Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.  
l. Scroll down to 2nd Stage Cool.  
Scroll down to 2nd Stage Heat.  
m. Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.  
n. Press the Done button to return to the Home screen.  
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9D Electric air conditioning - Multistage Mechanical Settings  
a. Press the MENU button twice.  
b. Press and hold the two inner buttons for 3 seconds to view  
Installer Settings.  
c. Scroll down to System Settings and press the Select button.  
d. Scroll to Mechanical Settings (it is the first option), then press  
the Select button.  
e. Scroll down to 2nd Stage Cool.  
f. Press the + button to change the setting to Y for Yes.  
g. Press the Done button 4 times to return to the Home screen.  
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Perform System Checkout  
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Test Fan Operation  
a. Press the FAN button.  
b. Scroll to ON.  
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Run  
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c. Verify that the system fan starts and moves air.  
d. Press the FAN button.  
e. Scroll to AUTO.  
f. Press the Done button to return to the home screen.  
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AUTO AUTO  
MENU MODE FAN  
RUN  
Test Cooling Operation (if your system has cooling)  
a. Press the MODE button.  
MODE FAN  
b. Scroll to COOLING.  
button button  
c. Press the Done button to return to the home screen.  
d. Turn the temperature down using the scroll down button until the new  
setpoint is below the room temperature.  
e. Verify that the outdoor unit and the system fan come on and run.  
CAUTION: Do not run the air conditioner if the outdoor temperature is below 55 degrees F.  
Test Heating Operation (if your system has heating)  
a. Press the MODE button.  
b. Scroll to HEATING.  
c. Press the Done button to return to the home screen.  
d. Turn the temperature up using the scroll up button until the new setpoint is above the room temperature.  
e. Verify that the heating system turns on and runs.  
Note: It may take approximately 5 minutes for the system to start up after switching from COOLING to HEATING mode.  
There is a built in time delay which will not allow the equipment to turn on until it is ready. The screen will display the word  
Wait” until the time delay has finished.  
This concludes the system checkout. If any part of your system fails to come on when performing this checkout  
procedure, verify that the correct wires were connected to the wall plate and that each wire is securely attached to the  
appropriate terminal. Also go back and verify that you have set up the Mechanical Settings to match your System Type.  
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Enroll Thermostat into Schlage LiNK System  
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Prepare the bridge for enrollment.  
a. Unplug Ethernet and power cables from bridge.  
b. Verify that blue light is blinking. If blue light is solid, battery is dead.  
c. Install a quality 9 volt battery.  
d. Take bridge to the location where the thermostat is mounted.  
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Enroll the thermostat into the bridge.  
If you are using a controller that is not a Schlage LiNK bridge,  
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consult the instructions that came with the controller to find out how  
to enroll a new device.  
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a. Hold the bridge within 6 feet (1.8 meters) of the thermostat  
throughout all of step 2.  
MENU MO  
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Important Note: After you begin the enrollment process, you have  
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below before beginning.  
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b. Press and release the plus (+) button on the bridge.  
c. Press the MENU button on the thermostat.  
d. Scroll down to Z Wave Install, and press the Select button.  
e. Press the Yes button to enroll the thermostat.  
f. Observe the lights on the bridge. The orange light will blink  
while enrollment is taking place. Enrollment is complete  
when the orange light becomes solid.  
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Menu Selection  
User Settings  
Usage Graph  
ESM Setpoints  
ZWave Install  
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6 H  
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4 C  
Scroll  
down  
MENU MODE FAN  
RUN  
Done  
Select  
MENU button  
Select button  
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Verify enrollment of the thermostat.  
a. Press the MENU button on the thermostat.  
b. Scroll down to Thermostat Info, and press the Select button.  
c. Look at the number listed after ZNID.  
Thermostat Info  
TZEMT400AB32 Ver: 01.00.10  
ZVER:02.00.0  
ZHID: 01.07.37.a7  
System Type:  
Fan Type:  
ZNID: 013  
ZNID  
If the number listed there is anything other than “000”, the thermostat  
has been successfully enrolled.  
Standard  
Gas  
Done  
If the number listed there is “000”, the thermostat has NOT been  
successfully enrolled. In this case, repeat step 22 and verify again.  
Press Done button when finished.  
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Establish Online Control of the Thermostat.  
Schlage LiNK account must be active before continuing. See link.schlage.com for more information.  
a. Plug the Ethernet and power cord back into the bridge.  
b. Log into your account at www.schlagelink.com.  
c. Click the Climate tab and follow the onscreen instructions.  
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