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Hi i have a simple comfort AM7890-DHW thermostat and my condo is just cooking. I know that the two settings are for heat and cold to kick in and i have them set properly but it still is not fixing the problem. I tried holding the program and mode button and fooling around with these settings but i don't know what any of the abbreviations mean so i cannot fix anything. Is there a way to program it to cool off this condo. Thank you

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We're having exactly the same problem. I called ICM at 1-800-382-3113 and asked for tech support and they emailed the 2-page manual right away. I talked to Eric Wood, an Electrical Engineer there, and he sent it immediately. I hope this helps!

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  • klawzeus Jan 24, 2012

    big no on the 1-800 number. I just called them and asked for the manual to be emailed to me, and the response was "We don't have anything to do with Simple Comfort thermostats, and I dont know why our name is associated with them at all."

    still searching for the manual for this hardware.

  • klawzeus Jan 24, 2012

    the number for ICM is 1-800-365-5525. They are emailing me the manual as I type this out.

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    overtime85 Apr 22, 2012

    can anyone share this manual? my email is noelbroughton@hotmail.com.

    Thanks!!

  • Seanna pascal May 21, 2012

    Could I get a copy of the manual as well please? pascal_seanna@yahoo.ca

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Our unit is in cooling mode but blowing warm air, what can we do to correct this

Posted on Aug 18, 2011

  • Seanna pascal May 21, 2012

    Same : ( I have mine set as 7C-H and 21C-C ...is this correct in order to cool my apartment down?

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