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I have a honeywell programable theromosat and I need to know how to set it. Can't seem to get the tepreture to rais above 73 degrees.

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Pro 5000 it should just have 4 buttons on the face. If you hold down the top arrow and the far left button at the same time it should unlock to you can reprogram it. It should say 1 on the left and some other number on the right. You need hit the button under "next" on display until you come to number 27. Setting 27 is your heat setting move it up and down until desired temp is reached. Next is selection 28. This is the cool temp move up and down until your desired temp is reached. After this you should hit the done button and thats it.

Posted on Apr 15, 2008

  • Scotty Brannon Apr 15, 2008

    I would recommend only setting the cool on 70 and the heat on 80..

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