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Google tcont800 installation manual. option530 should be 0 not 1. Press system button, 2 and 4 square hold until screen changes, option 530 --0
Posted on Jan 17, 2019
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
You are going to need the installers manual, inside is the installer set up functions, it will have the code to get you to the adaptive intelligence setting on your stat, I have found living here in the northwest that the A.I.R. setting does not function properly, to cold here for it to function right, people were complianing that it would start coming on well before the programed settings, what it does is anticipates the need of the home and reacts. We here have to shut the function off. Hope that helps
Posted on Jan 20, 2009
SOURCE: adptive intelligent recovery
On the Pro4000 model you hold the 2 arrows until you go into setup mode. Then arrow up ONLY til you get to option 13. The display will read 13 and 1, press the DOWN arrow and it will read 13 and 0. This turns off Adaptive Intelligent recovery. Now hold the 2 arrows til you see the normal display screen. You are done.
I just did this with a Honeywell tech rep on the phone.
Posted on Feb 09, 2010
The user manuals don't show all the codes that the thermostat has....
If you can find an installer manual for this thermostat, or a similar one, it will provide the installer-only codes. Search for 69-1894ES.pdf - I think you want code 0530, and set it to 0. You access the installer codes by pressing two buttons - the ones each side of the centre button that you press for the user codes
Posted on Dec 04, 2010
SOURCE: The heat pump stays on
Remove the cover of the circuit board and controls on the outside unit. Some units have a thermostat that allows you to set the temperature at which it switches to the second stage of heat. Set that for about 34 degrees.
Posted on Jan 03, 2011
SOURCE: I want to turn off
You only need to turn it off if you are using program mode. Very nice stat btw. Heres a link to the pdf and I will also explain. http://customer.honeywell.com/techlit/pdf/PackedLit/69-1896EF.pdf Use the system select button so that the heat option is flashing. Look at the bottom of the screen and you will see 7 boxes. First one done and seventh one cancel with all boxes in between blank. Now at the same time hold the 3rd and 5th box (buttons) for approx 5 sec. A new screen will appear with a number sytem staring at 0120 with up or down arrows and 20 with up or down arrows. Push the left up arrow till the left number reads 0530. The right number will read 1 if its on. To turn it off select the down arrow so it reads 0. Then select done and your all set.
Posted on Feb 26, 2011
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1. Press SYSTEM.
2. Press and hold these two blank buttons until the
display changes. You will have 5 buttons at the bottom of the stat..... Press the two blank button on either side of the middle blank button till the display changes and then scroll down to 0300 and use the up and down arrows to change from 0 to 1 push Done and you should now have Auto.....if you have other ??? look up a Honeywell Pro 8000 stat it will have the same features...
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