Question about Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you tip the mercury switch so that it makes contact and the furnace
doesn't start, it isn't the t-stat. Check the connections, then
start checking the furnace.
In any case, ditch the mercury t-stat (recycle it properly) and get a new programmable one if at all posible. It will pay for itself many times over by turning your heat down in the middle of the night and back up by morning.
Posted on Feb 10, 2008
I don't know if this will be helpful or not, but I just installed a new Honeywell and the Honeywell customer service guy helped me get the wires done correctly. The number is 800-468-1502.
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
i need help rplce thrmostat with a digital braueburn my furnance wont turn on no flashing lights cant reset the burner though has power what do i do shoul i reset the circut breaker that was never tripped though
Posted on Jan 26, 2009
should be installed with
1) red to rc and jumpered to rh
2) green to g
3) yellow or blue to y
4) white to w
to test: remove t-stat connect white and red - furnace should operate normally unitil you disconnect.
if it does replace t-stat
Posted on Oct 27, 2009
Hi, Just to let you know I have repaired central Heat & Air systems for 33 years and Have seen this problem on many occasions. Lets see if I can save you so many trips.It says you have a programmable stat? On this stat and on a mechanical stat, they have what is called a heat anticipator that controls how many and how often your thermostat turns you're unit off and on and how long it cycles after the stat is satisfied. If you have ever seen under the cover of a mechanical stat, ( mercury switch type) you will see a dial with an arrow with numbers as .1, .3, .4 1.0, or .15 to 1.0 amps.Some are fixed and some are adjustable. On a digital stat, you will have to get into the program and see what the heat anticipator is set on. They come from the factory at .4, but to really find out what you'res should be it takes an amprobe to do this. The setting you need is what you're gas valve requires.I am sure I have lost you, but I am just giving you a little food for thought. If you can get into you're program and set this to .4, great. If the problem continues, your anticipator on this stat is more than likely, shorted, which would require you to buy a new stat.With a shorted anticipator, it will seem to be working like you say, but when satisfied, the temp.keeps falling until you reset power, then it fires and repeats this. Change the stat. If this is central heat and air, just follow red-rc which will have a red jumper to rh for heat, white to w, green to g=fan, and yellow or blue to y = cooling. If you have central heat only, you will find 2 wires red and white.Red to rh with jumper still installed to rc and then white to w.This is quite a long explanation, but I wanted you to know a little more then the next guy about your stat. Please let me know.
Posted on Nov 12, 2009
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