I cannot get the thermostat to send registration data to the Lennox server. Ive replaced the thermostat, set up a new network just for the router, talked to Lennox tech, checked security, network type, connection strength. It seems to connect to the router, but not to the Lennox server. I use comcast for my iso. Any suggestions? Local dealer seems to have run out of options.
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Where is the thermostat in relation to the return? Is there air flow or is the air stagnant in the area of the thermostat. Have you placed a thermometer in varios locations where the thermostat is located? Try these locations and see if the thermostat needs to be placed in a location better able to reflect room temperature. Also how long have you lived in the house? If it is a newer home I suggest that you contact the builder or the air conditioner/heater installer to see if they have a schematic of the placement of the thermostats.
After replacing or refurnish engines head is recommended to replace water pump and inspect thermostat, radiator, and cooling fan. Most of the time engines overheat is because there is not enough water circulation thru the head due to malfunctioning water pump, radiator, thermostat and or radiator's cooling fan. By just fixing the damaged head you may not be solving the problem that originally burned your head gasket.
Usually just put the thermostat fan on auto, the a/c heat switch to heat and set the temperature where you want it. If it's a gas furnace, you will need to light the pilot. Usually instructions are on the furnace door, maybe inside furnace door.
a thermostat is always located on top hose from radiator.. just follow ur hose from radiator to engine block when the hose stops then u found it i have not seen a thermostat been any where else, as i been working on cars 9 years ...
Hi, If indeed you do have a heat pump, there wouldn't be any gas involved as a heat pump runs on freon with a reversing valve and heat strips for aux and emerg. heat. For gas electric operation thermostat terminals are rc to rh with factory jumper. Red wire to either.W to W for Heat, Y to Y for cooling G to G for Fan. If you have a blue, you wont need it unless this is a commercial stat useing a common for the Led lights on the stat. The unit will get its 24volts through R terminal in combination with y,w,and,g. Cant be a heat-pump if you have a gas furnace.Wrong t-stat. You need a gas /elect stat. And on a 24volt programmable t-stat, the batterys are used for the program only.If the batterys die, than you will loose the program on most residential stats. On commercial stats with the common in play, when batters die the stat defaults back to the factory settings.If you had a Lennox heat-pump stat on a gas/elect unit, you need to change it. Someone was using what they had on hand. Let me know if this has helped you.I will be here if you need me. Sincerely, Shastalaker7