Question about Honeywell CT3200 5-2 Day Electronic Programmable Thermostat Heater
The air conditioner is a Thermoplus KAC-024. All was working fine until the power went out a few days ago. The programmable thermostat is working as before but will not cause the unit to turn on
Posted by Anonymous on
If there is a panel you can open at the A/C. There may be a tiny reset button on the circuit board. Just press it and it should come ALIVE!
Posted on Jul 23, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i would check to see if thier is a jumper between RC and RH on the stat if no and the red wire is hooked to RH then you need to add a jumper to RC
Posted on Sep 19, 2009
This problem is more than likely not the thermostat at all. The best way to see if the thermostat is at fault, is to pull the cover off and you should see a R(Red) terminal and a Y(Yellow) terminal, carefully jumper the two wires together and see if the outside unit comes on. If not, then the problem doesn't lay in the thermostat. You can also jumper the R and G terminals and see if the fan blower motor on the indoor unit comes on if you don't have another person to help. The thermostat is just a switch board for your controls on the inside unit and outside condensing unit. It is all 24v wiring coming from the unit and supplying the power to the correct terminals on the thermostat. Unfortunately, if your problem is not the thermostat, you can have a number of different problems going on. A few places to look.....
1. Breaker box to make sure nothing has tripped.
2. Make sure your indoor unit is still coming on.
3. Outside disconnect box. It will be by the condenser and should have fuses in it (some do not). To check, you will need to ohm the fuses. IMPORTANT: If fuses are blown, you could have a short in the condensing unit which should be checked first before changing fuses.
Hope this helps some and good luck!
Posted on Jul 11, 2010
SOURCE: the thermostat works fine for
If the temperature doesn't drop when the air conditioning is running for some time (two hours), the air conditioner is not working. The problem is not in the thermostat.
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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E1 indicates Filter needs replacing/Cleaning , this code flashes after 720 hours of operation time.
Disconnect the power plug
Clean or replace filter
HOLD DOWN (dont let go) Of the ON/OFF button and plug the unit back up and continue to hold the ON/OFF button until you hear a beep
After the beep unplug your A/C
Then plug it back up to and turn it on for normal operation
IF THIS FAILS TO REMOVE THE CODE
UNPLUG A/C THEN HOLD DOWN THE MODE BUTTON AND PLUG IT UP STILL HOLDING THE MODE BUTTON UNTIL YOU HEAR A BEEP.
UNPLUG UNIT AND THEN PLUG IT BACK UP AND ONE OF THESE 2 STEPS WILL FIX YOUR PROBLEM UNLESS THERE IS A MAJOR PROBLEM IN THE CONTROL BOARDS
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