Unwanted non-deletable schedule exists.Honeywell VisionPRO TH8000 When moving from Sleep scheduleto Wake schedule former schedules appear even though correct scheduleis placed in memory and is visible as desired schedule for wake mode.Is there any way to purge entire memory and go to default so that I canremove unwanted schedules. This condition only occurs from Sleep toWake mode. All other modes work correctly. Thanks
The thermostat has a function called "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 will come on before 6 am, so the temperature is 70° by the time you wake at 6.
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Hi Bill, after closing your thermostat, is this correct the situation?
And how far is your thermostat from your baseboard heater, if the baseboard is underneath the stat, you should move the stat elsewhere. Hope this help you find the problem.
I believe it means (I assume winter weather in my example):
1. Wake - This is the time you wake up and you would set the temperature at the time you want it then. So, your temperature throughout the night might have been set at 63, and if your "wake" time on the thermostat is set to 6:00 am and 68 degrees, then your system will automatically adjust the temperature setting to 68 degrees at 6:00 am.
2. Leave - This is the time that you would typically leave your house for work. You probably don't need to heat or cool your house that much during this time especially if no one will be there. So, let's say you leave for work at 8:00 am. You would set this time for 8:00 am and 60 degrees.
3. Return - This is the time you get off work. Let's say you get off at 5:00 pm. You would set this time for 5:00 pm and 65 degrees. Then the system will start warming up at 5:00 pm and will be warmer by the time you get home.
4 - Sleep - This is for when you go to bed. Following the example, let's say that you set your temperature while sleeping to 63 degrees at 10:00 pm. Then, the system adjusts at that time and will adjust again as soon as then next parameter is met, which at this point would be the wake time.
This is usually for a Mon - Fri schedule and then a separate one for the weekend.
The Honeywell Vision Pro 8000 can be complicated to figure out if it isn't set up right from the system menu. There are so many things that you can make it do, sometimes the most common things are wrong. My question is ''what kind of system do you have, heat pump or not?, and is the system gas or oil?" If I knew these things, I could definitely help you figure out if the thermostat is set up right. I have the manual so that I can give you exact numbers. Just in case, you can email me at : email@example.com
It's an expensive solution but doable. Look for Honeywell's VisionPro IAQ thermostat. It works much differently than a conventional thermostat and shouldn't click at all make sure it's the 3-wire version.
You need to get into the installer setup. Download the installer manual from Honeywell or an on-line vendor and it has the installer codes to alter the maximum heat setting. Press the system button and then buttons 2 & 4 at the same time for 5 sec to enter the installer mode. I believe the code is 0600 and then you enter the max temp for heat setting. Press done and your done!. Try this link for the installers manual http://www.alpinehomeair.com/related/Honeywell_VisionPro_8000_%20Install_%20Instructions.pdf
To keep your temperature at a single setting, just enter the temperature at every period, i.e. WAKE, LEAVE, RETURN AND SLEEP for both the Monday through Friday time frame and the same for the weekend. I do this at 55 degrees when I'm going to be out of town.
To 'Guest' , enter your 68 degrees at WAKE, LEAVE and RETURN, then enter 66 degrees at SLEEP. Do this for the Monday through Friday time frame and again for the Saturday - Sunday time frame.