Question about Heating & Cooling
Try a reset of the unit
Remove one battery, hold down the temp setting up AND down buttons while refitting the battery.
You should get a screen which says
Enter the six digits 09 48 77 , then press mode. You enter the codes by pressing certain buttons for each digit/line. It's not that hard to work out which button effects what digit. Try it, and work it out, you can't go wrong if you just make sure the right digit sequence shows up when you press the mode button.
you will be greeted with another screen saying
Enter the next six digits 17 52 45
press mode and the on/off
This should fix your issue
if no response you have a dead unit/receiver PCB/remote transmitter
Posted on Jul 04, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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