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Hunter prog thermostat 44360 flashing recov heat/air will not turn on. Hit reset, and changed batteries. ?

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Just hold down the two buttons for 5 seconds and it will be reprogrammed.

Good luck.

Posted on Feb 13, 2010

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I have a Hunter Thermostat 44360 7 day Programable and I want to cancel all programs and just use it manually amy help?????


There should be a tiny unmarked hole in the front of the thermostat....if so, the thermostat 'reset' micro-switch should be under that hole. Gently stick a thin toothpick inside to depress the switch and get ready to operate it manually.

If there is no hole, separate the thermostat from its sub-base and look closely at the sub-base for a reset button.

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The word filter keeps flashing on the thermostat. Why?


Filter change indicator - will flash after 400 hours of system use as a reminder to check or change your filter. Press and hold the Filter button for 3 seconds after changing the filter to reset the filter timer. (Pressing the Filter button for less than 3 seconds will cause the Filter change indicator icon to appear. The filter timer will not be affected unless the button is held for more than 3 seconds.) Note: Clearing the Filter counter will also clear the Energy counter.

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How do i get my carrier thermostat # R ,Y/Y2. G , C , W/W1 into a Hunter thermostat model 44360?


First off hunter is a very problematic brand I recommend taking it back and get honeywell or white rodger you will thank me in the long run trust me. As far as the wiring goes R terminal which is typically red which is 24v power connect to R on t- stat hook Y which is usually Yellow to Y terminal G is green W is white,
R= power 24 V
Y= cooling
W= heat
G= fan
C= common only used if t-stat does not require batteries.
If this help please rate me and do a testimonial.

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I have a Ruud air handler and i'm trying to use a


The 44360 tstat can be used for single stage Heat pump use only. Unless you are in an environment that has greater than 40 degF outdoor temperatures year-round, you will want to return that tstat and obtain a multi-stage Heat Pump tstat. The standard system is 2-stage......1st stage is Heat Pump Compressor and 2nd stage is the backup electric heat.

Hope this helps. Good Luck. :-)
http://www.hunterfan.com/uploadedFiles/Support/Downloads/42710.pdf?n=149

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I need a new manual for my 44360 Hunter programmable thermostat.


Try this URL. Should be able to download it for free.
http://homeappliance.manualsonline.com/manuals/mfg/hunter/44360.html

Click on the above link. If that doesn't work for you, copy and paste it into your browser's URL line.

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Hunter fan 44360 won't turn my furnace on


List of things to check:

Are the batteries good?
Is the system switch set to heat, and not cool?
Does the fan come on when you set the fan switch to ON?

If none of these things seem to be the problem, call hunter fan tech support at 1-888-830-1326

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Thermo smoked when elec. turned on


Where are the wires connected in the heater ? They should be on R and W, if the W is on C you are shorting the heat anticipator in the thermostat. If the unit is wired right look for a spot where the wire is rubbed thru and touching the metal housing of the heater.

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Hunter 44360 thermostat wiring


If you don't have the wiring information, go here: http://www.hunterfanhq.com/tools/sales/hunter/preseason/images/owners/42710.pdf and see page 10.  
If you're still having problems, go down to the furnace room and find the piece of equipment that you're wiring to.  See where the wires came from, transpose that to the information above.  Note: the wiring from the relay box should be 24 volts which is safe to handle.  Wiring inside the relay box may be 110 or more volts which is not!!!  Cut power before opening relay boxes.
As far as heater running continuously, be sure of your wiring.  You may have the gas relay lead and the fan lead reversed.  Determine if you've set the switch options for your type of heater correctly!!!  Do you hear the relay clicking in and out at or near the room temp when you change the setpoint?  If not, the unit may be defective.

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Hunter 44360 problem


You probably have one of the wires reversed or have the options set incorrectly as to what type of heater you have.  Check your instructions here: http://www.hunterfanhq.com/tools/sales/hunter/preseason/images/owners/42710.pdf

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OMG! has anyone came up with a solution? I have the same problem as mlc3530b

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