I can't figure out how to program me thermostat. i tried and thought i did by followwing the instructions on the therostat but every time the heater is on it kicks to 60 degrees at some point during the night. how do i change that? we bought the house with it already installed and i don't have a manual.
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Go to the honeywell website and look up the Installation Instructions for the model of the thermostat you installed. If you take the thermostat off its base plate the model number will be on the back of the thermostat housing. Down load the instructions. It will tell you the settings for all the mode of operation. Be aware to accurately put in the type of system you have initially when programming, because the the steps that are not applicable to your system will be passed over. Just change the values to the desired settings as you go over each function step.
Hope this helps.
Not sure if you ever figured it out. Or if someone figured it out for you. Shows no one answered you on here. So I thought I would ask you a question plus also say what I thought it was . When the unit and or the thermostat was replaced? Was the thermostat wire that is inbetween the unit and the blower ever replaced? A service tech should have checked if the tstat wires were touching or shorted together. If you go by color which you should never do. Red is usually 24 volts or power, green is fan, yellow is cooling, white is heat, orange is the reversing valve if its a heat pump, orange to O terminal if RV in cooling or orange to B terminal if RV in heat. O or B terminal depends on who the manufacturer of the unit is. Blue wire is usually the common. you should always check to see how it is wired at the board or relay in the unit. not everyone wires it by the colors. If your fans low voltage wires are touching the low voltage 24 volt power wires in the unit or if the wires are shorted or touching in the wire sleeve or at the thermostat. the blower motor will never shut off. Or if the blower motor is wired directly to line voltage it will never shut off and testing the low voltage wire wont matter.
Your question was from last summer. So I am assuming you had someone figure it out by now. If not then check my suggestions. Hope that helps you.
Is there a model number on the control? I see it is a Carrier but we will need to track down an owners manual on line to figure this out. Visit my website www.60cubits.com and leave me some more information so I can help you.
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One thing you might check is to make sure there is not cold air blowing across the thermostat from one of the vents. I've seen this many times make the thermostat short cycle.
Some less expensive thermostats may be programmed to short cycle. If you have instructions available for the thermostat, try to find information or the "heat anticipator". It may have an adjustable setting.
HEY< When I worked for a large co. with offices of women of different sizes (yes, that has a lot to do with people changing the thermostat for the correct body temperatures) ,we left the old thermostat in place and called this a '"DUMMY THERMOSTAT" and unhooked the wires and added a new thermostat at the inlet air at the unit out of sight! We asked them how they feel, and as long as they thought they controlled the temperature, they were HAPPY! thank-you-very-much!