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How to replace the batteries to a Honeywell YRTH3100C1011 Digital Heat/Cool Pump Thermostats

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This is one where you will need a good control man or woman. The American Standard ASYST system is not intended for the homeowner to change out. It has a room sensor wire that others do not account for.

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SOURCE: Thermostat auto-changeover mode unavailable

when you programed it did you go through all the setup #1-0 ,#3-0 ,#5-5 ,#12-1

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I have a Honeywell heater i'll set my thermostat to 76 and ill turn on the heater and it would turn on... but when it get to 76 it turns off so when the temperature drops down and the heater clicks back on all i get is cold air .. it only works on the 1st time what to do ?

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your thermostat may not be made for electric heat, if not then your wiring is overloading the thermostat causing the wires to heat up.

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SOURCE: Heat PumP: Rheem Two Stage Heat, One Stage Cool Thermostat Replac

R = R with jumper to RC hot side of transformer
B = Reversing valve
Y = Compressor relay
G =Blower
C = common on transformer (X on old t'stat)
W2 = Auxillary heat
E = Emergency heat

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