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I just looked up this issue tonight. The batteries in my thermostat needed to be replaced, so I replaced them with two new double AA batteries and now all is well.

Posted on Nov 18, 2008

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Sounds like you have a low battery. go online or find your owners manual and look up your code.

Posted on Sep 22, 2008

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SOURCE: bae lo This is the message

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Honeywell thermostat website: http://yourhome.honeywell.com/home/Applications/SmartSearchResults.aspx?searchkey=thermostatfor heating

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SOURCE: My thermostat is flashing bAE

i think this is a sign your batteries in thermost need replaced .... the lcd may be damaged but try removing the cover and replace the batteries in unit...if there is a reset button behind the cover after you have replaced your batteries hold the reset for about 5 seconds and see what happens/.... if that doesnt work remove the red wire on thermostat and the wire that is hooked to the c terminal; if you have one for about 10 seconds and reconnect... do not touch wires together this is only a 24 volt circuit but if the wires are shorted can cause more problem so be careful...as long as your not wet or sweating you want fill the small amount of voltage but if so may tingle trust me it will not hurt you 24 volts .... give that a try the batteries first though good luck to you

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