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My Honeywell Thermostat Mdel # T8011R displays all the icons at the same time. This occured when returning from an electrical outatge.

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After being disconnected from the expert, whom wasn't of any help, I called our AC/Heater maint. person for service. Upon hearing the problem he told me to turn the power source off for at least 30 minutes. After restoring the power source everything worked fine. The secrret is leaving the source off for at least 30 minutes. Your expert advised to turn the source Off and then back On which didn't solve anything. This remedy may work with other Honeywell models as well.

In all due respect, I hope I'm not charged for the lack of results which your expert provided.

Frank Mooney

Posted on Jan 28, 2009

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