Question about Heating & Cooling
Honeywell thermostat Model RTH111B My thermostat is currently set on heat and my fan is always on auto. It seems to get pretty hot in my apartment so yesterday I turned my thermostat down from 68 degrees to 64 degrees. When I got home I checked my thermostat to see if there was any change in temperature and it did not change at all..yesterday it stayed at 75-76 degrees and today it is still at 75 degrees...any suggestions would be great! Thank you!
Did you happen to turn the tstat over to cool?
Posted on May 29, 2017
What is the thermostat controlling?
Posted on May 29, 2017
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Sounds like you have it wired wrong.. Pop the top off and give me to color of the wires and tell me which letter each color wire is on.. that will tell us right away if you have it wired wrong
Posted on May 27, 2008
SOURCE: I have a honeywell mercury
Are you sure it is calling for heat? Disconnect the stat and see if you still have system operation (Be careful if this is a line voltage unit). If so, the stat is not bad, there is a problem with the relay or with the wiring to it. If not, there is probably a short in the anticipator within the stat. This is a heating coil which helps the unit figure out how much heat 'will' be coming when the contacts close. This cannot be repaired.
If you have a line voltage system, you can still obtain thermostats which run on them. The better option is to put in a 24v relay system. You can get advice on how to do that at any home store....about 30-40 dollars and then get one of the new programmable stats. This will save energy and be more accurate. An energy star unit is a better bet anyway, it will save its cost in about a year.
Posted on Nov 23, 2008
Turn up your outside thermostat in the outside unit.
You should have about 3 degrees difference in one stage to the next. So I would change the thermosat with one that has three stages of heat.
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
SOURCE: thermostat problem ?
If you start by looking on your gas valve, you should find the correct amperage to set the heat anticipator at. I am not sure if you have a forced hot water system or a steam system, but depending on the case, you may also have a second problem, which is easily addressed. If you have forced hot water, the upstairs baseboard/radiators may be airbound and need to be bleed. If you have steam, you may need to slow down the downstairs valves, and open the upstairs valves to get a balance. Hope this helps
Posted on Jul 09, 2009
That is a NONprogramable T-stat. There is no program to overide, therefore there is no need for a "hold" option. To set the temp, place the switch on the side marked
to the desired setting, and push the up down arrows on the front until the display shows 80.
The DISPLAY will revert back to the current room temperature within a few seconds, and will keep the unit on until it reaches the desired temp.
The set temperature remains at 80, it just shows the current room temp.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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