Question about Heating & Cooling
Hello, Many of the manufacturer's have information online. Just find the name of the unit and the Model number and use your Browser. Put in the name and model, hit search or use a variation like name, model and operator's manual.
You will find both free and paysites. You can usually get enough info to do what you want with the controls. You can also print the manual on your computer. I have done this with my Manual.
The Digital touch screens seem to be the hardest to do. Make sure to look in the Manual about Batteries for the unit. Sometimes your heat will not work if the Batteries are bad, but if the A/C worked then the Batteries should be okay. The Batteries should be replaced on a Digital Thermostat after a year or 2.
Most Thermostats have 2 small switches at the bottom. The fan stays on Auto and the button for heat and cool must be slide back to heat if that is what you want. With the Digital type you usually have to reset the Degrees when changing functions.
I hope my solution is very helpful to you.
Posted on May 25, 2011
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