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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Honeywell thermostat adjustment
The little pointer is called an anticipator, and it is just that. It anticipates how long to wait before coming back on. It has little numbers on it, hopefully you can read them. like .5 will wait 1/2 minute at that temp. before coming back on. It sounds like a high setting is what you are looking for, so a long time setting will be what you want, and if you haven't already figures it out, sliding the pointer is how to change the setting.
Posted on Feb 16, 2008
I had the same set and problem. I had a RC wire which is the power to the AC. But didn't have an RH wire which is the power for the heat. To fix this just use the jumper wire and insert it in with the RC wire and hook it up to the RH. Fixed my problem.
Posted on Oct 16, 2009
What was the old thermostat labels and the wire colors that went to them?
The typical heatpump wiring Terminals are:
R = Red = Hot side of Transformer
C-B-X = Common side of transformer Depending on brand of heatpump
Y = Yellow = Cooling Contactor
G = Green = Furnace Blower
O = Orange Reversing Valve Energize to Cool
B = Blue Reversing Energise to Heat Depending on brand of heatpump.
W2 = White = Auxiliary Heat
You need to be sure where each wire comes from when you connect them to the new thermostat.
The best way to do that is to go to the furnace and see where they are connected. R-Y-G are probably correct, you need to see where the Blue wire comes from and determine what the X terminal was on the old thermostat.
Posted on Dec 29, 2009
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