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Blinking symbol similar to an asterik with a circle around it on my non-programmable thermostat

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Cooling mode. supposed to resemble a snowflake

Posted on Jun 23, 2009

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    Cooling mode. supposed to resemble a snowflake

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Air conditioning not working. Have White-Rodgers thermostat 1F79111, I think. Replaced batteries. Now have flashing signal like an asterisk. What does it mean?


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Installed an rth2510 and installed as labeled on old stat and sounds like my ac nut is buzzing outside, any thought?


question: do you have a multiple thermostat setup in 1 zone? If so check what settings are for your heat on each thermostat. Make sure that the heat is not set higher than the room's temperature.
check what settings are for your cooling on each thermostat. Make sure that the cooling is set accordingly.

if you have multiple thermostats setup in 1 zone. the thermostat with the lowest temperature will reign supreme. The heat setting on that thermostat will be what's causing the buzz on the heater.

optionally, hard reset your thermostat as a precaution. Here's how to do so: there are two types of thermostats i know of programmable and non-programmable.

disable auto & enable manual; however do NOT change settings or power-off t-stat. Remove battery and power down the thermostat until you see nothing on the thermostat monitor; power OFF the switch connected to your t-stat. Remove battery and reinsert inverted, if needed, press whatever button that your heart desires to make sure that nothing is absolutely drawing into that mode, button, etc; wait (5sec-1min); remove batters; wait 1min; then, reinsert batteries in its correct position; if you have a programmable thermostat; do the same with the hit 'reset filter' held down observe if the roomTemp reading has changed.

May I suggest to keep an extra thermometer around to determine if temperature reading accurately?

If reset requires a reprogramming to your t-stat, do whatever required to set your desired setting.

cheers, best of luck. i hope i've helped.

background, doing a hard reset in my opinion is similar to removing the battery from a PC motherboard.

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This symbol represents a paper jam. Try removing the paper tray and opening any doors available to find the paper in question.

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What does a symbol that has mph with a circle around it and a 1 in the top left corner mean?


It's a programmable speed warning. Your owner's manual will describe how to cancel, adjust, or reset it.

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Flashing battery symbol


I had this same problem today.  I called Honeywell and they said the flashing broken battery symbol may mean low batteries, or it may mean the battery type is incorrect.  They recommend only non-rechargeable alkaline batteries.  I was using rechargeable NiMH batteries.  Even though they were fully charged, I had the flashing battery symbol and the thermostat relay would not work.  I replaced with alkaline, the flashing battery indicator went out, the thermostat works again.
Odd that it worked for 3 months on the rechargeables after first install. I did notice the broken battery symbol came on after the first few days, but I checked the battery charges and they were good, so I disregarded the symbol until the thermostat stopped working today.  Apparently there is something about the NiMH performance characteristic that the thermostat doesn't like.

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Blinking symbol


Look for a reset selection on the thermostat. The Filter warning is probably programmed to come up on 90 day intervals.

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