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How do I de-program my thermostat ? I want to only have ambient temp displayed and I manually raise or lower the temp, as if I had an non-programable model

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SOURCE: program manual for honeywell thermostat model T8700C1005(1)

Without a model number, it's hard to help Ya out, but most manuals are here: http://www.honeywell.com.au/business/acs/acp/ecc/ec/residential/identify.html

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Posted on Jan 23, 2008

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SOURCE: program manual for honeywell thermostat model T8700C1005(1)

go here: http://yourhome.honeywell.com/Consumer/Cultures/en-US/Products/Thermostats/

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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SOURCE: How to program Honeywell thermostat for remote sensor

Remote Sensor (Setup Function 0340): If an optional outdoor sensor is installed, the thermostat can display the outside temperature. If an optional remote indoor sensor is installed, the thermostat will display the temperature at the sensor location (the internal sensor in the thermostat is not used).
\ 0 No remote sensor
1 Outdoor sensor (display only)
2 Outdoor control sensor (select heat pumps

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SOURCE: My furnace works intermittently.

You may have a dirty flame sensor. There are a number of other possible causes as well. Rheem/Ruud/Weatherking furnaces also have problems with the connection on the blower deck.
The flame sensor sometimes must be bypassed around the MOLEX CONNECTOR in the deck due to humidity.
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SOURCE: ambient temp guage problems

The temperature sensor is located in front of the radiator on the passenger side. Replacements cost approx $25.00.

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The Lux 500 Thermostat is an affordable programmable thermostat that gives you a very easy way to customize your heating and cooling temperatures to your schedule. The programming of this thermostat is easily the simplest that I have found in a programmable t-stat.

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The Lux 500 series thermostats are a great economical way to reduce energy and utility expenses by raising or lowering your temperature settings a the times you set. The installation is so easy that most any DIY’er can install this thermostat. It has an easy to read display and the rotary dial makes the programming very user friendly.

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This thermostat can be used on any 24v AC or 750mV single stage conventional heating/cooling system. Single stage heat pumps without auxiliary heat will also work with this thermostat.

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