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Dials are on zeros

I cannot get this thing to work.

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  • pkien39 Jan 03, 2009

    How do I get off of zeros.

  • pkien39 Jan 03, 2009

    I set the thermostat on 73 and furnace will come on and then it goes off

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Try removing the batteries and leave it turned off for half hour then insert the battery to get it operated back again

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Sounds like the furnace is trying to run, but is getting cut out on some safety device. Depending on the furnace there are many different proving devices that could be cleaned and/checked. one thing you can do is take the cover off the thermostat and take an alligator clip and jump from red to white this should bypass the thermostat. if you still have no heat then it's probably not the thermostat.

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Is there a hard reset button? Using a pin you could reset it, or simply resetting the circuit breakers might work.

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Try to press and hold the select button untill it goes into mode

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Try removing the battery to reset the unit, and see if it works after reset.

Follow the manual to ensure you are using the thermostat correctly.

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