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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Programmable thermostat
Basically, your going to press either of the arrows until it flashes, or about 1 second.
Then you set the temperature you desire and then press and hold the HOLD button until HOLD is displayed in the display.
Congrats, your on a permanent hold.
Then your next step would be to go get a real thermostat, install it on the wall, and then throw that piece of **** Hunter out the window as hard as you can.
The biggest problem with the Hunter stats is that they are cheap. On top of that, the programmable stats have a factory set program that cannot be simply deleted. Its always there, no matter what you do. And it makes for hassles when it goes back to factory settings and you either have to painstakingly re-program it or deal with the factory settings.
Here is a link to the Hunter manual.
I would recommend to you the Honeywell line-up. The Visionpro 8000 series is a very nice and user friendly thermostat. Its the same one I have on my wall. Very easy to use and understand. Its touchscreen and the screen can be locked to avoid unwanted use of the system.
Posted on Jan 14, 2010
SOURCE: I bought a house with
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.
Posted on Aug 17, 2010
Timer not identified
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Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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