Question about Thermostats
My hunter thermostat is flashing re co what is this and why?
Re Co stands for Recovery Mode. That means if you have programed your thermostat to be at say 72° at 5:00 then it should kick on in Recovery Mode several minutes before 5 in order to reach that temperature. This is normal and doesn't indicate that something is wrong, just that your thermostat is trying to reach or recover the programed temperature.
Posted on Feb 23, 2008
Your hunter thermostatis flashing re co.
can I get information about ur thermostat's warrenty
Posted on Feb 08, 2008
SOURCE: Hunter 44360 thermostat
The message means the tstat was in recovery mode, I would suggest just disabling this function to prevent it in the future. Remove the tstat from its base and look on the back there will be a recovery switch just slide it to the other setting to disable the feature
Posted on Jan 29, 2008
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