I have had to reset the day and time on my programmable thermostat 4 times this week (twice yesterday alone). It seems to be operating fine, it just keeps resetting itself to 1:00p.m. on a Monday. Any ideas?? I am so clueless about this kind of stuff...
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There should be a couple of AAA batts in it. Grab all 4 corners and pull straight out & off the mounting plate. If no batteries are installed it is hard wired & the problem is at the air handler(blown blade fuse or open transformer winding). When you reinstall batteries make sure there is no corrosion. And careful when you put the tstat back onto the base. There are some small pins that need to align with its holes/terminals. Honeywell has a great 1-800 support #. Should be on the tstat.
In recovery only shows on programmable stats. It refers to the adaptive recovery when using the programming. Over time the stat will learn how long it takes to cool or heat to the programmed set point. For example, if during the day the programming is set to 80?, and at 4:30 the programming drops to 76?, if it takes 2 hours for the temperature to reach 76?, it will learn that it takes 2 hours and eventually it will start turning on at 2:30 so that at 4:30 the temperature is satisfied instead of at 6:30, at which point it is no longer in recovery
Sounds like the original problem which is not truly a problem is that the Adaptive Recovery Setting was set to on which the Thermostat is self learning and if for example you set the thermostat to go to 70 deg. at a certain time it will turn the unit on early to achieve that setting at your designated time, and it will slowly learn and adapt itself to how long it takes to reach that setting from the previous setting. The next issue is that you have actually accessed the installer's settings page and you will need your manual to get out of this.
i have an st699 programmer its set to go on twice a day heating up but when the wife gets up after ive gone to work the timer is not at the correct time so no heating any ideas as new ones expensive to buy