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Do not know what brand or model your aircon unit is? Sounds as if the temperature you want your unit to run at has already been reached. You need to follow these steps:
- select the temperature you want
- select the icicle icon for cool or thermometer icon for hot.
- select "auto" for your unit to cut in, or to cut off to keep your desired room temp.
For example - hot day 26 degrees and you want the temp in the room to drop to 19 degrees - the unit will shut off once it reaches 19 degrees if it is set to "Auto". Hope this gives you some clues to get it working. Please tick my this helped me box if my tips work. Good luck Gerri.
Instructions1 On nearly every Honeywell thermostat, the heat setting can be increased by simply pressing the HEAT option or AUTO and using the arrow keys to adjust the setting higher or lower until the desired temperature is reached. 2 To set an automatic heating schedule for Wake, Leave, Return and Sleep, press the SCHEDULE button, then EDIT. 3 Select the current day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Wake. For example, if you typically awake for work at 6:00 a.m. and want the heat to come on, use that as your Wake time and adjust the temperature to suit. 4 Select the day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Leave. Since you will be leaving the home empty for several hours, this setting will allow the thermostat to lower the heat until your arrival back home. 5 Select the day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Return. This is the time and temperature that you will choose for returning home from work and may want the heat on to warm the house for your arrival. 6 Select the day and use arrows to select the time and temperature for Sleep. Set the time you normally go to bed. The thermostat will automatically adjust itself to your selected temperature at that time. Thanks
Any temperature you set it at, the AC unit will turn ON and OFF automatically. Once the set temperature has been reached and held for 5 minutes, the unit turns OFF, but the fan may continue to blow for a few minutes. When the room temperature rises above the set level, it will automatically turn ON again and continue to run, until the set temperature is reached and it turns OFF.
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There is a temperature control in an AC system and the compressor kicks out when the selected temperature is reached in the vehicle, it kicks on again to maintain the preset temperature.. There is also a pressure switch in the system that cuts out the compressor if the gas/lubricant in the AC is low and continued use of the compressor may damage the component.
If you're saying the burners turn OFF after 1/2 hour, but the pilot light stays lit ... I'd have to assume that the automatic thermostat control on the heater, turned the burners OFF, because the temperature you had it set on had been reached. The real question (at least for me) is are you allowing enough time for the temperature to drop and the heater to turn back ON automatically?