Question about Hunter Fan Company 5/1/1 Programmable Thermostat
I don't have the model # and according to the fur. it was installed 4/99. Anyway moved in here this summer and how winter is moving in - I put new filter in fur. and went to program the thermostat to check it out and no go - I can switch to fan and it runs fine - I installed 2 new aa batt. and it go's to the 12:00 72 on screen I try to press hour and the screen go's blank - so I purchased new aa batt. and again and still same deal - my panel;
top - switch with: heat off ac (set to heat) fan: auto fan (set to auto)
middle - hour, min, day, usage review
bottom - program, hold temp, return
you have to replace the thermostat . problems like this are common with latest electronic thermostats from china . most are going bad in less than 4 years . it so bad ,i am telling anyone who asks , to please keep there old regular thermostat , or if you have one of the old electronic ones (made over 10 years ago) hold on to it , it will last forever.... somehow when we moved the factory to china they forgot how to make thermostats that last ........ if you plan to rate this answer , please rate it 3 or 4 stars . this will help me stay in the paid answer department
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Well, I consulted with Randell (my 12 year old grandson) - he assisted me in finding the solution in converting cooling to heating on the touch pad. Jameson (the 4 year old grandson) looked on, wanted to help Pa-Pa - but, we could only listen to his demands to help.
I still need an instruction manual - can you advise me how to obtain a replacement (or print one from the internet)?
Your response will be greatly appreciated.
J. Alan Overton, Sr.
Posted on Nov 19, 2008
Here is the answer I received from Hunter Technical Support.
"The light fixtures are manufactured with a limiter that prevents a higher than recommended wattage bulb from working. The limiter causes the slight delay even when the correct bulbs are is in use."
Pretty annoying if you ask me.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
Many times this is caused by stray frequencies in the neighborhood. And, sometimes changing the frequencies on the remote and receiver reduce the occurrence.
But it sounds like this may not be the case, here. If not, the receiver in the fan is the culprit and should be replaced. No danger, just annoying.
Posted on May 31, 2009
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