Question about Honeywell Heating & Cooling
Ok well this usually is a fairly major problem. any "lock out" is.
It has locked out due to the fact that some sort of potential catastrophic problem was about to or had eventuated, and subsequently the safety & protection mechanism has shut it down.
I doubt a reset will make any difference, however removing the battery backup, if any, and removing from the mains will effectively reset the device. Some had a small hole and a button to reset the unit micro.
I must always recommend due to safety concerns that any lock out conditions, be attended to by a professional, always ask, for a "quote" before allowing any repair work to be undertaken.
general troubleshooting guide above & below.
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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