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When setting waketemp leave temp,return temp,sleep temp should these times be the same i messed the programing changing the batteries. the system is not coming on. i cleared the system with no setting. what does wake mean "for the system to wake up, leave means i am leaving the house, return means i am returning, and sleep means the system is sleep. please help

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You have to go thru the program completely setting the time, date, temp desired at ech time these are functions talking to you wake is when you wake up what do you want the temp to be when you go to sleep what do you want the temp to be

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