Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
49 error normally means that the information sent to the printer is corrupted clear the print que shut down printer and restart. If problem still there then shutdown the printer then remove one of the additional memory turn back on if still same problem repeat removal of the next memory replacing the one you have just removed and so on. After you have done this and you are still getting the problem then it is 99% certain that the printer system firmware is corrupted or the formatter control board is faulty.
Posted on Jan 27, 2008
"outside sensor error" is indicative of a Diagnostic error display, a feature where the device checks the functionality of each attached component. It would seem that your system has the optional "Outdoor Temperature Sensor" (probably P/N TSTATXXSEN01-B). The error then indicates that either that sensor is faulty or the hook up cable is unplug or defective. If you do not observed any critical changes in the comfort inside your home or the area that your system monitors/controls, then this only confirms that it is external and a sensor problem and does not affect the A/C and/or the variable speed furnace/comfort zone system. Normal faults could be the external sensor to cable connector/terminals being exposed to the elements and would require hard cleaning.
This sensor is not critical to the operation of the system and is optional.
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Posted on Jun 04, 2008
SOURCE: EEE error message
I just talked to Honeywell support - they claim that an eee error means there has been a "unique error" and that the unit will need to be replaced - cannot be fixed. They were pretty good about giving a suggestion for a new thermostat and wiring directions if you want to DIY. Otherwise, call a pro.
Posted on Oct 11, 2008
there are currently 60 honeywell thermostats made i have no idea witch one you have , but a lot of the new ones run on batterys you might be seeing a low battery signal . look for a door where batterys might be and replace them
Posted on Jan 15, 2009
Remove wires at tstat Turn switch for furnace off than on.
touch the red wire to the white to simulate a call for heat.
Or Touhc red green and yellow to simulate a call for cool.
If that works get a new thermostat.
Posted on May 10, 2009
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