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Touchscreen Programmable Demand Control Thermostat  
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BE CAREFUL! Never use sharp instruments, such as a pencil  
or pen, to press touchscreen keys. To prevent damage to the  
thermostat, always press keys with your fingertip.  
This thermostat contains a Lithium battery which may contain  
Perchlorate material.  
Perchlorate Material—special handling may apply,  
See www.dtsc.ca.gov/hazardouswaste/perchlorate  
Need Help?  
For assistance or warranty information please call your local Utility at the number found on the  
front of the thermostat.  
Read and save these instructions.  
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US Patents pending.  
Copyright © 2007 Honeywell International Inc. All rights reserved.  
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Battery Replacement  
Battery Cover  
Assembly  
The UtilityPRO has a coin cell  
battery that retains the time  
and date during a power failure.  
Under normal circumstances the  
coin cell should last five years.  
Should the time and date need  
to be reset after a power failure,  
this is an indication that the coin  
cell needs to be replaced. You  
should replace battery every five  
years, or before leaving home for  
an extended period.  
Coin cell  
battery tray  
Insert the coin cell battery in the coin cell battery  
tray and push it inside the battery cover assembly  
The UtilityPRO is shipped from the factory with the coin cell installed. To keep the  
battery from discharging during shipment and storage, the UtilityPRO is shipped  
from the factory with a plastic tab inserted in the battery holder. This tab must be  
removed before the thermostat is mounted on the wall. Simply pull the plastic tab  
out of the thermostat. To replace the battery, remove the battery tray using a screw  
driver. Place a new coin cell (type CR2032 or equivalent) observing the correct  
polarity and push the battery tray into the battery cover assembly.  
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FCC Part 15 Notice  
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to part 15 of the FCC  
Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:  
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) This device may not cause harmful interference.  
) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.  
Class B limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This  
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy, and, if not installed and used in accordance with the  
instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is not guarantee that interference will not  
occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be  
determined by turning the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the  
following measures:  
Reorient the receiving antenna.  
Increase the distance between the equipment and the receiver.  
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.  
Consult the installer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.  
Industry Canada Requirements  
Operation of this device is subject to the following two conditions:  
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) This device may not cause interference.  
) This device must accept any interference, including interference that may cause undesired operation of the device.  
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Table of contents  
About your new thermostat  
Special Features ......................................17  
Screen Lock .............................................18  
Screen Cleaning.......................................19  
Advanced Functions...........................20-23  
Troubleshooting ..................................24-25  
Thermostat Features..................................2  
Getting Started  
Quick Reference to Controls.....................3  
Quick Reference to Status Display...........4  
Subscription Services  
Demand Control.........................................5  
Utility Usages.............................................6  
Utility Messages.........................................6  
View Message............................................7  
Usage & Billing...........................................8  
This thermostat is ready to go!  
Your new thermostat is pre-  
programmed and ready to go.  
See page 15 to check settings.  
Settings  
Fan Settings ...............................................9  
System Settings.......................................10  
Schedule Settings....................................11  
Program Schedule Override (Temp)........12  
Schedule Override (Permanent)..............13  
Clock Settings..........................................14  
CAUTION: EQUIPMENT DAMAGE  
HAZARD. To prevent possible  
compressor damage, do not  
operate cooling system when  
outdoor  
Programming & Operation  
Program Schedules ............................15-16  
temperature is below 50ꢀF (10ꢀC).  
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Congratulations! You’ve just purchased the world’s most advanced, easy-to-use  
thermostat. It has been designed to give you many years of reliable service and  
touchscreen climate control.  
Features  
Provides Utility information messages.  
Provides Utility billing information.  
5/1/1 and 5/2-day program schedules maximize comfort and economy.  
Demand response thermostat programmed to aid you in your savings.  
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EnergyStar compliant to greatly reduce your heating/cooling expenses.  
One-touch temp control overrides program schedule at any time.  
Precise comfort control keeps temperature within 1°F of the level you set.  
Provides demand control messages.  
Large touchscreen display with backlight, is easy to read—even in the dark.  
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Quick Reference to Controls  
Press day(s) to set program schedule (see page 11)  
Press to view  
messages  
Displays the current  
tier rate  
Press to adjust  
temperature settings  
Press to select fan  
operation  
Press to select system  
type  
Press to view the  
subscribed service  
messages  
SUN  
Press to set program  
schedule  
Press to lock keypad for 30  
seconds to clean screen  
Press to override  
program schedule  
Press to set clock  
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Quick Reference to Status Display  
Current inside temperature  
Temperature setting  
TIER  
VIEW  
MEDIUM  
Fan setting  
Inside  
Set To  
Program schedule ON  
FAN  
(
does not display  
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SUN  
AM  
when off)  
Following  
Schedule  
System setting  
SYSTEM  
Recovery  
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:10  
HEAT  
Adaptive Intelligent  
Recovery in effect  
(
SCHED  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
see page 17)  
Current time  
Other display messages:  
Cool ON: Cooling system is activated  
 Heat ON: Heating system is activated  
Current day of week  
Aux Heat ON: Auxiliary heating system is activated  
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Demand Control  
This is an energy saving device. At times, thermostat operation may be temporarily adjusted  
by a small amount as outlined in your energy provider’s associated program literature. This is  
normal operation and is part of the program for which you have enrolled.  
Thank you for your participation.  
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Usage is a service provided by the utility provider. Depending on the various services  
provided by the utility provider, Usage may contain vital information for your use. It  
may display your electricity bill, water consumption bill, gas bill, and so on. Usage  
also has a feature wherein you can compare your present consumption against  
your last year’s consumption for the same time period. For example, it displays  
your current electricity bill along with the previous year’s electricity bill for the same  
month.  
Usage also displays the rate of electricity at peak times and off peak times. Thus you  
can adjust your electricity consumption accordingly.  
Utility Messages  
Messages are also a part of the services provided by the service utility provider.  
Messages are sent by the service provider to assist you with additional information.  
These messages may contain weather warnings, greetings, reminders, information  
about discounts running at a shop, system maintenance messages, and so on.  
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Press  
on your screen.  
Good Morning!  
The message icon blinks when you  
receive a new message.  
The Message screen appears.  
Use the arrow buttons to view the  
messages. There can be a maximum  
of five messages. The message  
scrolls automatically if it has more  
than 21 characters.  
In case there are no messages, the  
message icon does not appear.  
EXIT  
Press Delete to delete the displayed  
message.  
Press Exit to go to the main screen.  
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Press  
on your screen.  
ELECTRICITY BILL  
The Usage screen appears. Navigate  
using the arrow buttons to view the  
billing consumption of water, gas,  
electricity, and so on*.  
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In case there are no utility  
messages, the utility message icon  
does not appear.  
EXIT  
Press Exit to go to the main screen.  
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subject to Contract Agreement with  
the Utility Provider.  
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Press FAN to select fan operation, then press  
DONE.  
Inside  
Set To  
FAN  
 ON: Fan is always on.  
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AUTO  
Auto: Fan runs only when the heating or  
cooling system is ON.  
Following  
SYSTEM  
WED  
Schedule  
AM  
HEAT 6:01  
Circ: Fan runs randomly, about 35% of the  
time, not counting any run time with the  
heating or cooling system.  
SCHED  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
You can press FAN to override the fan settings  
you’ve programmed for different time periods.  
If you select ON or Circ, the setting you select  
remains active until you press FAN again to  
select Auto.  
Press FAN  
Note: If a fan schedule is programmed,  
Auto” runs the fan schedule.  
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System Settings  
Press the SYSTEM button to select one of the  
following, then press DONE.  
Heat: Thermostat controls only the  
heating system.  
Inside  
Set To  
FAN  
Cool: Thermostat controls only the  
cooling system.  
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AUTO 70  
Off: Heating and cooling systems are  
OFF.  
SYSTEM  
Following  
Schedule  
WED  
AM  
HEAT  
Auto: Thermostat automatically selects  
heating or cooling depending on the  
indoor temperature.  
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:01  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
SCHED  
Em Heat (only for heat pumps with  
auxiliary heat): Thermostat controls  
Emergency and Auxiliary Heat.  
Press SYSTEM  
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Schedule Settings  
Press SCHED  
1. Press SCHED, then EDIT.  
SCHED  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
2. Press day buttons to select day(s). There  
are three groups (MON-FRI), (SAT), and (SUN).  
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. Press ꢀꢁor ꢂꢁto set Wake time for selected  
Press EDIT  
day(s).  
. Press ꢀꢁor ꢂꢁto set Heat and Cool  
DONE  
EDIT  
WAKE  
LEAVE RETURN SLEEP CANCEL  
Set heat/cool levels  
EDIT SCHEDULE  
temperature for this time period.  
Select day(s)  
. Press other time periods (LEAVE, RETURN,  
SLEEP) to set time and temperatures for  
each.  
SET SCHEDULE  
SAT  
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. Press DONE to save & exit (or press CANCEL  
SUN  
MON-FRI  
HEAT  
70  
to exit without saving changes).  
CANCEL  
PERIOD  
Note: You can press CANCEL PERIOD to eliminate any  
unwanted time period.  
AM  
COOL  
6
:00  
78  
Note: Press FAN to customize fan settings for any  
time period.  
DONE  
WAKE  
LEAVE RETURN SLEEP CANCEL  
Set time for program  
period to start  
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Program Schedule Override (Temporary)  
Adjust temperature  
Press ꢀꢁor ꢂꢁto immediately adjust the  
temperature. This temporarily overrides the  
temperature setting for the current time period.  
The new temperature is maintained only until  
the next programmed time period begins  
Inside  
FAN  
Set To  
(
see page 15). For example, if you want to  
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AUTO  
turn up the heat early in the morning, it will  
automatically be lowered later, when you leave  
for the day.  
Heat On  
SYSTEM  
FRI  
AM  
HEAT  
8
:00  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
To cancel the temporary setting at any time,  
press CANCEL (or SCHED). The program schedule  
resumes.  
SCHED  
CANCEL  
Press to set timer  
Press CANCEL (or SCHED) to  
resume program schedule  
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Program Schedule Override (Permanent)  
Adjust temperature  
Press HOLD to permanently adjust the  
temperature. This turns off the program  
schedule.  
Whatever temperature you set is maintained  
Inside  
2
4 hours a day until you manually change it or  
FAN  
Set To  
press CANCEL (or SCHED) to cancel “Hold” and  
resume the program schedule.  
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Permanent  
Hold  
FRI  
AM  
AUTO  
Heat On  
SYSTEM  
HEAT  
8
:00  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
SCHED  
CANCEL  
Press CANCEL (or SCHED) to  
resume program schedule  
Press HOLD  
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Clock Settings  
Press CLOCK  
To set the current time display, press CLOCK,  
then press ꢀꢁor ꢂꢁto adjust the time. Press  
and hold ꢀꢁor ꢂꢁto advance the time more  
quickly.  
WED  
AM  
6
:01  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN MORE  
Press DONE to save & exit (or press CANCEL to  
SCHED  
exit without changing the time).  
Adjust time, then press DONE  
Note: The real-time clock should never require  
adjustment since it automatically updates for  
daylight savings time, and stores all date/time  
information.  
WED  
AM  
6
:02  
Note: To change the current week day display, see  
page 21.  
DONE  
CANCEL  
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Save Money by Setting Program Schedules  
It is easy to program your system for maximum energy savings. You can program four  
time periods each day, with different settings for weekdays and weekends.  
WAKE  
Set to the time you awaken and the temperature you want  
during the morning, until you leave for the day.  
6:00 am  
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LEAVE  
Set to the time you leave home and the temperature you  
want while you are away (usually an energy-saving level).  
8:00 am  
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RETURN Set to the time you return home and the temperature you  
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want during the evening, until bedtime.  
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SLEEP  
0:00 pm  
Set to the time you go to bed and the temperature you want  
overnight (usually an energy-saving level).  
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2 °  
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EnergyStar Settings for Maximum Cost Savings  
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This thermostat is pre-set to use EnergyStar program settings. We recommend these  
settings, since they can reduce your heating/cooling expenses by as much as 33%.  
Heat (Mon-Fri) Cool (Mon-Fri) Heat (Sat-Sun) Cool (Sat-Sun)  
Wake  
° ° °  
0 78 70 78  
° ° °  
°
°
°
°
(
6:00 am)  
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Leave  
8:00 am)  
(
2 85 62 85  
Return  
6:00 pm)  
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°
°
°
°
(
70  
70 78  
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Sleep  
10:00 pm)  
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62 82 62 82  
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Special Features  
Auto Changeover: When set to Auto, the thermostat automatically selects heating or  
cooling depending on the indoor temperature.  
Adaptive Intelligent Recovery: This feature allows the thermostat to “learn” how  
long the furnace and air conditioner take to reach programmed temperature settings,  
so the temperature is reached at the time you set. For example: Set the Wake  
time to 6 am, and the temperature to 70°. The heat comes on before 6 am, so the  
temperature is 70° by the time you wake at 6. The message “Recovery” is displayed  
when the system is activated before a scheduled time period.  
Compressor Protection: This feature forces the compressor to wait a few minutes  
before restarting, to prevent equipment damage. During the wait time, the message  
Wait” is displayed on screen.  
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Screen Lock  
To prevent tampering, the screen can be  
partially or fully locked.  
WED  
SCREEN LOCKED  
FAN  
Inside  
Set To  
When partially locked, the screen displays  
SCREEN LOCKED for several seconds if a locked  
key is pressed. To unlock the screen, press any  
unlocked key while SCREEN LOCKED appears on  
the screen.  
AUTO  
70  
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Following  
Schedule  
SYSTEM  
HEAT  
PM  
:00  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN MORE  
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When the screen is fully locked, no keys  
function. To lock or unlock the screen, see  
advanced function 0670 on page 23.  
SCHED  
See advanced function  
670 (page 23) for  
screen lock options  
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Screen Cleaning  
Press SCREEN  
Press SCREEN to go to the cleaning screen.  
Press OK to lock the screen for cleaning. The  
screen remains locked for 30 seconds so you  
can clean the screen without disturbing any  
settings.  
WED  
PM  
:00  
HOLD CLOCK SCREEN USAGE  
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SCHED  
After 30 seconds, press CANCEL to resume  
normal operation, or press OK if you require  
more time for cleaning.  
Screen lock timer (30 seconds)  
Clean Screen?  
Note: Do not spray any liquid directly on the  
thermostat. Spray liquids onto a cloth, then use  
the damp cloth to clean the screen. Use water or  
household glass cleaner. Avoid abrasive cleansers.  
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Advanced Functions  
1
. Press SYSTEM.  
2. Press and hold  
blank center key  
until the display  
changes.  
HEAT  
SUN  
AM  
:01  
6
DONE  
CANCEL  
SYSTEM  
SUN  
Function  
Setting  
HEAT  
3
4
. Change settings as  
required (see pages  
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1-23).  
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120  
20  
DONE  
. Press DONE to exit &  
Press /ꢂꢁto  
Press /ꢂꢁto  
save changes.  
select function  
change setting  
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Year setting (first two digits)  
Function  
120  
Options: 20 = Year 20xx  
1 = Year 21xx  
Press /ꢂꢁto change the first two digits of the year:  
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Year setting (second two digits)  
Function  
Press /ꢂꢁto change the last two digits of the year:  
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130  
Options: 01 - 99 (i.e., 2001 - 2099)  
Month setting  
Function  
Press /ꢂꢁto change the current month:  
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140  
Options: 01 - 12 (i.e., January - December)  
Date setting  
Function  
Press /ꢂꢁto change the current date:  
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150  
Options: 01 - 31  
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Program schedule ON/OFF  
Function  
160  
Options: 1 5/2 [programmable weekdays and weekends].  
5/1/1 [weekdays, saturday, and sunday programmable].  
Press /ꢂꢁto turn the program schedule ON or OFF:  
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2
Temperature format (°F/°C)  
Function  
Press /ꢂꢁto set the temperature display format:  
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320  
Options: 0 Fahrenheit  
Celsius  
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Daylight savings time ON/OFF  
Function  
The thermostat is pre-programmed to automatically adjust to daylight savings time.  
Press /ꢂꢁto select an option:  
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330  
Options: 0 OFF: No adjustment for daylight savings time  
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ON: Auto-change to daylight savings time (through 2006, and for areas that do  
not use the new 2007 DST calendar)  
ON: Auto-change to daylight savings time (2007 and beyond, for areas that  
use the new 2007 DST calendar)  
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Program schedule periods  
Function  
540  
Options: 4 4-4 program periods (WAKE, LEAVE, RETURN, SLEEP)  
Press /ꢂꢁto set the number of program periods:  
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2
3
2-2 program periods (WAKE and SLEEP)  
3-2 program periods (LEAVE and RETURN)  
Clock format  
Function  
Press /ꢂꢁto set the clock display format:  
0
640  
Options: 12 12-hour clock (i.e., “3:30 pm”)  
4 24-hour clock (i.e., “15:30”)  
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Screen lock  
Function  
Press /ꢂꢁto choose a screen lock setting (see page 18):  
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670  
Options: 0 Screen is unlocked (fully functional)  
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All functions locked except temperature controls and CANCEL key  
Screen is fully locked  
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Troubleshooting  
If you have difficulty with your thermostat, please try the following.  
Most problems can be corrected quickly and easily.  
Display is blank  
• Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary.  
Make sure power switch at heating & cooling system is ON.  
Make sure furnace door is closed securely.  
No response to  
key presses (or  
temperature  
does not  
• Check to make sure the thermostat is not locked (see page 18).  
Make sure heating and cooling temperatures are set to acceptable  
ranges:  
Heat: 40° to 90°F (4.5° to 32°C)  
Cool: 50° to 99°F (10° to 37°C)  
change)  
Backlight is dim  
• If thermostat is AC powered, a dim display is normal. The backlight  
remains ON at a low level, and brightens when a key is pressed.  
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Troubleshooting  
Heating or cooling  Press SYSTEM to set system to Heat. Make sure the temperature is set  
system does not  
respond  
higher than the Inside temperature.  
Press SYSTEM to set system to Cool. Make sure the temperature is set  
lower than the Inside temperature.  
Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary.  
Make sure power switch at heating & cooling system is ON.  
Make sure furnace door is closed securely.  
If “Wait” is displayed, the compressor protection timer is ON. Wait  
5
minutes for the system to restart safely, without damaging the  
compressor.  
Display shows Fan  This is normal operation. Auto indicates the thermostat is following the  
Auto and ON or  
Auto and Circ at  
the same time  
programmed fan setting. If Auto and ON is shown, the fan is scheduled  
for “ON” during this period (see page 9).  
Thermostat shows  This indicates that the coin cell battery has drained out. Replace the  
the calendar  
screen (year,  
date, & month)  
when the power is  
restored.  
coin cell battery immediately.  
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