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We want to set the cooling temperature lower manually on the thermostat.

It is a Hunterfan thermostat model 44260. The previous owners did not leave instructions on how to chaange the thermostat or take it back to manual operation. Can you help.

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  • moyersharon Aug 15, 2008

    hunter fan model 44620 previous owners did not leave manual and we can not program it.

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Lost manual need to know how to program

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Trying to replace my old t-stat to a Hunter 44260 t-stat, the old wirings are :Rc-Rh(jumpered), G,Y,W, O & B and the new t-stat has G,Rc,Rh,Y/O,W/B & Y1, i dont know where to connect the old wiring...


It sounds like a standard gas fired heating system and electric cooling. Leave the jumper between the RC and RH and attach the red wire.to one of them it does not matter since they are jumped. Attach green to G attach the white to W attach the yellow to Y if there is no C screw on the new thermostat leave the blue wire disconnected and not touching anything. It is the common and many systems use feedback to provide the common power. The O & B terminals are used for heat-pump systems only. Their purpose is for the reversing valve. Depending on the make or model either the O or B is used not both but remember the O & B are for heat-pumps only not gas fired furnaces. NOTE the best wiring practice is strip the wire with your thumb nail not wire strippers they tend to leave nicks in the wire and will break in the future also wrap the wire around the screw in a clockwise direction it will pull the wire into the connection tightly if you wrap the wire counterclockwise it will push the wire away from the connection. Good luck. I assume the new thermostat is digital. If it is not digital the heat anticipator must be set. If that is the case let me know and I'll give you instructions on how to set it.

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I bought a house with a Hunter # 44100A programmable thermostat but have no manual to program it from. How can I program it?


To change the time, press Hour once. Then press and hold Hour to until it reaches the correct one (pay attention to the AM/PM notation). Do the same with the Min and Day buttons. Press Return when done. (The thermostat will leave return to the normal mode after 10 seconds without a button press.)

Now to set the program, set the switch to heat or cool depending on which you want to program first. Press Prog (this will program M-F settings) then press and hold Hour until the time you want Prog 1 to start. Press the Up or Down arrows to get to the temperature you want to reach and stay for this period. Press Prog again and use the Hour/Min/Up/Down keys to set the time and temperature for next period. Repeat for program 3 and 4 for weekdays. Press Prog again to do the same thing for the 4 possible weekend program segments. Any time left at 0:00 results in a program being skipped.

Press Prog to set the Program. These settings will not take effect until the next time change in the program. You can review the settings by pressing Prog and scrolling through the settings.

Change the switch to the other setting and repeat the programming if your system has both AC and heat.

If you want to press the AutoProg button the thermostat will use preset times and temperatures. For Heating that is 5 am 68, 7 am 60, 3 pm 68, 10 pm 62. For cooling it is 5 am 78, 7 am 85, 3 pm 78, 10 pm 82.

For more information, you can get the manual from Hunter: http://www.hunterfan.com/Support/Manuals-and-Parts-Guides/ , just enter the model number in the Search line.

I hope this helps.

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My Janittol HPT 18-60 has posts marked Y, G, R, O, W2, E and C. The Hunter thermostat 44260 has fewer post connections G, RC-RH (with Jumper), Y/O, W/B, and Y1. What is the conversion and which wires are...


If your current thermostat is using all of the posts, you most likely have a dual stage heat pump system. A dual-stage heat pump system utilizes electric strip heat as backup heat for use during defrost cycles and to supplement the heat during outdoor temperatures below 30 degrees.
Here is an excerpt from the installation guide of the Hunter 44260 t-stat as well as a link to the guide itself.
"This thermostat is not designed for multi-stage heat
pump systems"
http://www.hunterfan.com/uploadedFiles/Support/Downloads/42711.pdf?n=6278

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My thermostat displays E What does that mean?


Hi, that is the indication for "Error" and you should first replace the (2) AA batteries in the thermostat, (even if you just replaced them recently) and then using a small paperclip, reset the thermostat, by inserting the unbent end of the paperclip into the reset hole next to the keypad.

Be advised that this will reset the thermostat to the default temperature and time cycle settings, so you'll have to reprogram the unit, once you've reset it. With your unit, you only need to set a weekday setting and one for each of the weekend days.

Here's a copy of the instructions for your use in resetting and reprogramming the thermostat, once you've replaced the batteries.

http://www.hunterfan.com/uploadedFiles/Support/Owner_Manuals/44260.pdf

You can also contact Hunter tech support, should the above info not get your thermostat back in working order by calling them at 1-888-830-1326, from 8 AM to 5 PM Central Time.

I hope you find this Very Helpful and best regards!

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