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Thermostat I CANNOT PROGRAM THE TERMOSTAT

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  • eephant Dec 19, 2007

    RTH230B honeywell thermostate (programmable) I need toknowhow to program (once) to have the heat stay on 69 degrees, Monday through Sunday

  • Anonymous Jan 04, 2008

    I have a T8000 Honeywell Thermostat - need to know how to program only once - for constant heat throughout the day at 68 degrees and down to 66 at night. Owner's manual only gives options which don't work for me as I am home throughout the day and night.

  • Anonymous Jan 06, 2008

    We purchased a T8700C Honeywell Electronic Round Programmable Thermostat. I have the owner's guide and have followed the instructions to program the unit for 60 degrees day and night. Impossible! It doesn't work the way the instructions are written. Maybe it's me. Help!

    I turn it off and freeze or sweat to death at 68 degrees. This is a sun room- an addition that has electric base board heating. We're not always in the room.Next time - no programmable for me!

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T8000c it is not showing any thing, wont turn on

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I have a Honeywell Programmable Thermostat, T8011R. The users guide for the T8000 series can be found at:
http://www.honeywell.com.au/business/acs/acp/ecc/ec/residential/identify.html

To keep your temperature at a single setting, just enter the temperature at every period, i.e. WAKE, LEAVE, RETURN AND SLEEP for both the Monday through Friday time frame and the same for the weekend. I do this at 55 degrees when I'm going to be out of town.
To 'Guest' , enter your 68 degrees at WAKE, LEAVE and RETURN, then enter 66 degrees at SLEEP. Do this for the Monday through Friday time frame and again for the Saturday - Sunday time frame.

Posted on Jan 05, 2008

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