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System operation settings, 1 Press the Mode button to cycle to the next. available System mode, 2 Cycle through the modes until the required. System mode is displayed and leave it to, NOTE Available System modes vary by model and. system settings, System modes, Em Heat TH4210U only. Fan operation settings, 1 Press the Fan button to cycle to the next.
available Fan mode, 2 Cycle through the modes until the required Fan. mode is displayed and leave it to activate, NOTE Available Fan modes vary with system. Auto Fan runs only when the heating or cooling system. On Fan is always on, Set the time and date, 1 Press Menu and then press to go to TIME. Press Select, 2 Press or to choose between 12 or 24 hour. Press Select, 3 Use or to adjust the hour Press Select.
4 Use or to adjust the minutes Press Select, to exit Time menu. 1 If previously setting time continue to Step, 2 If at the Home screen press Menu on your. thermostat, 2 Press or to go to DATE Press Select, 3 Use or to adjust year Press Select. 4 Use the or to adjust month Press Select, 5 Use the or to adjust Date Press Select to. save and exit Date menu, Program Schedule, You can program four time periods each day with different settings for weekdays.
and weekends We recommend the pre sets shown in the table below since they. can reduce your heating cooling expenses, Wake Set to the time you wake up and the. temperature you want during the morning until, you leave for the day. 6 00 am 78, Away Set to the time you leave home and the Away. temperature you want while you are away usually 8 00 am. an energy saving level, Home Set to the time you return home and the. temperature you want during the evening until, Sleep Set to the time you go to bed and the.
temperature you want overnight usually an, energy saving level. NOTE To temporarily or permanently override any of the above program. schedules see page 4, To adjust program schedules, 1 Press Menu on your thermostat. 2 PROG is displayed Press Select Then ON, is displayed If you do not want to use a. schedule press or to display OFF Press, Select Press Select. 3 Press or to select day or set of days to, edit Press Select.
4 Press or to select a schedule period to, edit Wake Away Home and Sleep Press. 5 ON is displayed Press Select to keep the, schedule period on Or press and then Select. to turn off the schedule period, 6 Time starts blinking Press or to adjust. the schedule period start time Press Select, 7 Temperature starts blinking Press or. to adjust the Heat setpoint temperature, Press Select Press or to adjust the Cool.
temperature setpoint Press Select, 8 Repeat steps 4 through 7 for the remaining. schedule periods, 9 Press Home when you re finished to save and. return to the home screen, 10 Schedule can be adjusted and turned ON or. OFF by returning to Menu and following the, steps provided above. Program schedule override temporary, 1 Press or to adjust the temperature.
2 Once at the desired setpoint temperature, no further action is needed The new. setpoint temperature will be held until the, next scheduled time period begins For more. information on schedule time periods see, Program Schedule on page 3. 3 To cancel the Temporary Hold Press or, and then press Cancel. Program schedule override permanent, 1 Press or to adjust the temperature.
2 TEMPORARY HOLD is displayed and, the setpoint temperature flashes While. it s flashing press Hold Mode button to, change to Permanent Hold. 3 To cancel the Permanent Hold press or, and then press Cancel. Setting degrees Fahrenheit F or Celcius C, 1 Press Menu. 2 Press or to go to F C Press Select, 3 Press or for F or C Then press Select.
4 Press Select to save and exit F C menu, Adjusting keypad lockout. 1 Press Menu on the thermostat, 2 Press or to go to LOCK Press Select. 3 Press or to go to OFF PART or ON and then press Select. OFF Unlocked and full access allowed, PART Partial lockout allowing only the temperature to be changed. ON No access allowed, 4 To unlock the keypad press the CENTER button and then enter the password. 1234 To enter the password press or to change the first digit of the. number Then press Select Repeat this process to enter the second through. fourth digits of the number Once all four numbers have been entered press. Select again, 5 This will unlock the keypad, 6 If the code is incorrect the screen will flash the lines.
7 Press Back to go back a step to enter the correct number and press Select. Adjusting idle backlight display brightness, 1 Press Menu on the thermostat. 2 Press or to go to LITE Press Select, 3 Current brightness setting is displayed 1 5. 4 Press or to adjust backlight brightness, 5 Press Select to save and exit LITE menu. NOTE Backlight is only displayed if the C common wire is connected. Adaptive Intelligent Recovery, Over time the Honeywell T4 Pro Thermostat learns how long it takes your. system to reach the temperature you want It turns on the heating or cooling. system earlier to make sure you re comfortable at the time you expect. Built in compressor protection Message flashes until safe. restart time has elapsed, Damage can occur if the compressor is.
restarted too soon after shutdown This, feature forces the compressor to wait for a few. minutes before restarting, During the wait time the display will flash. the message Cool On or Heat On if you have, a heat pump When the safe wait time has. elapsed the message stops flashing and the, compressor turns on. Battery replacement, Batteries are optional to provide backup.
power if your thermostat was wired to run on, AC power when installed If your thermostat When the low battery. was not wired to run on AC power then warning appears press. batteries are required gently to loosen the, thermostat and then. Install fresh batteries immediately when the carefully pull it from the. low battery icon appears The icon appears wall mount. about two months before the batteries are, Even if the low battery icon does not appear. you should replace batteries once a year or, before leaving home for more than a month. If batteries are inserted within two minutes the, time and day will not have to be reset All other.
settings are permanently stored in memory, and do not require battery power. Insert fresh alkaline AA, NOTE When replacing batteries alkaline batteries and reinstall. batteries are recommended thermostat, If there is an alert or reminder the alert icon. appears on the Home screen, Low Battery Warning, 1 The batteries need to be replaced when. BATT the alert icon and the battery icon, are displayed on the Home screen.
2 When the battery power is very low the, thermostat s backlight is disabled to save. battery power, 3 When battery power is critically low only. BATT the alert icon and the battery icon, are displayed. Air Filter Reminder, 1 The alert icon appears on the Home. 2 Press Menu and then press until display, shows ALRT.
3 Press Select to display which alert s are, 4 The message REPL REPLACE AIR FILTER. 5 The reminder can be snoozed or cleared, Honeywell recommends changing the air. filter before clearing the reminder, 6 To snooze press Select The word SNZE. SNOOZE appears, 7 Press Select again to snooze the reminder for. 8 To clear press Select and then press to go, to CLER Clear.
9 Press Select to clear the air filter reminder, Snoozing and Clearing Alerts or. 1 Press Menu and then press until display, shows ALRT. 2 Press Select to display which alert s are, 3 The word SNZE SNOOZE appears. 4 Press Select again to snooze the reminder for, 5 To clear the alert press Select and then. press to go to CLER Clear, 6 Press Select to clear the reminder.
Some alerts cannot be snoozed or cleared, Please call your local heating and cooling. professional if this occurs The heating and, cooling system may require service. Troubleshooting, If you have difficulty with your thermostat please try the following suggestions. Most problems can be corrected quickly and easily, Display is Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary. blank Make sure power switch for heating cooling system is on. Make sure furnace door is closed securely, Make sure fresh AA alkaline batteries are correctly installed.
see page 6, Heating Press Mode button to set system Heat see page 2. or cooling Make sure the desired temperature is set higher than the. system does inside temperature, not respond Press Mode button to set system Cool see page 2. Make sure the desired temperature is set lower than the. inside temperature, Check circuit breaker and reset if necessary. Make sure power switch for heating cooling system is on. Make sure furnace door is closed securely, Wait 5 minutes for the system to respond. Temperature If display says unlock see page 5 If not verify you are. settings do in the correct mode heat cool em heat or auto see page. not change 2, If you are in the correct mode but you cannot set the heat.
from 40 F to 90 F 4 5 C to 32 C or set the cool from. 50 F to 99 F 10 C to 37 C you may have range stops. restricting your setting Check with the installer to see if. they set range stops, Cool On or Compressor protection feature is engaged Wait 5 minutes. Heat On is for the system to restart safely without damage to the. flashing compressor see page 5, 5 year limited warranty. Honeywell warrants this product excluding battery to be free from defects in. the workmanship or materials under normal use and service for a period of. five 5 years from the date of purchase by the consumer If at any time during. the warranty period the product is determined to be defective or malfunctions. Honeywell shall repair or replace it at Honeywell s option. If the product is defective, i return it with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase to the place from. which you purchased it or, ii call Honeywell Customer Care at 1 800 468 1502 Customer Care will make. the determination whether the product should be returned to the following. Honeywell Return Goods Dock 4 MN10 3860 1985 Douglas Dr N Golden. Valley MN 55422 or whether a replacement product can be sent to you. This warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs This warranty shall. not apply if it is shown by Honeywell that the defect or malfunction was caused by. damage which occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer. Honeywell s sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within. the terms stated above HONEYWELL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS. OR DAMAGE OF ANY KIND INCLUDING ANY INCIDENTAL OR CONSEQUENTIAL. DAMAGES RESULTING DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY. WARRANTY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT. Some states do not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential. damages so this limitation may not apply to you, THIS WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY HONEYWELL MAKES ON.
THIS PRODUCT THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING. THE WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR. PURPOSE IS HEREBY LIMITED TO THE FIVE YEAR DURATION OF THIS. Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts so. the above limitation may not apply to you This warranty gives you specific legal. rights and you may have other rights which vary from state to state. If you have any questions concerning this warranty please write Honeywell. Customer Relations 1985 Douglas Dr Golden Valley MN 55422 or. call 1 800 468 1502, CAUTION ELECTRICAL HAZARD, Can cause electrical shock or equipment damage Disconnect power before. beginning installation, CAUTION EQUIPMENT DAMAGE HAZARD. Compressor protection is bypassed during testing To prevent equipment. damage avoid cycling the compressor quickly, CAUTION MERCURY NOTICE. If this product is replacing a control that contains mercury in a sealed. tube do not place the old control in the trash Contact your local waste. management authority for instructions regarding recycling and proper. Home and Building Technologies, In the U S, 1985 Douglas Drive North. Golden Valley MN 55422 3992, http yourhome honeywell com.
U S Registered Trademark, 2017 Honeywell International Inc. 33 00188EFS 01 M S 02 17, Printed in U S A 33 00188EFS 01. Thermostat programmable, Guide de l utilisateur, La bo te comprend. Thermostat T4 Pro, Syst me de montage UWP, Adaptateur d installation standard. Honeywell adaptateur bo tier de, raccordement, Plaque de couvercle d corative.
Honeywell Petite dimension, 4 49 64 po x 4 49 64 po x 11 32 po. 121 mm x 121 mm x 9 mm, Vis et chevilles, 2 piles AA. Guide de l utilisateur et notice, d installation, Commandes du thermostat. Informations d tat du Point de consigne de, syst me temp rature int rieure. Cool On Refroidissement Appuyez sur les boutons ou. Heat On Chauffage pour modifier le r glage de, Recovery R cup ration la temp rature.
Em Heat On Urgence, Compressor Protection Temp rature int rieure. Protection du compresseur actuelle, Heure actuelle Boutons de temp rature. Informations sur le navigation, programme Appuyez sur pour augmenter. Programme horaire activ ou diminuer la temp rature. T4 Pro Programmable Thermostat User Guide Package Includes T4 Pro Thermostat UWP Mounting System Honeywell Standard Installation Adapter J box adapter Honeywell Decorative Cover Plate Small size 4 49 64 in x 4 49 64 in x 11 32 in 121 mm x 121 mm x 9 mm Screws and anchors 2 AA Batteries Installation Instructions and User Guide Call Honeywell Customer

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