The thermostat has 3 different schedule types: 7-Day, 5-1-1 Day, and Non-Programmable.
To make change:
By default, your thermostat starts heating or cooling at the scheduled time. It can start early so your programmed temperature is reached by the scheduled time.
To set early start:
Temperature offset enables your thermostat to read higher or lower than the actual temperature.
Your thermostat needs a “C” wire to enable continuous backlight.
You can set a reminder at a monthly interval. For example, 03 means to remind you every 3 months.
Your thermostat can automatically switches between heat and cool.
You can lock keypad to prevent unwanted changes to the thermostat.
To lock keypad:
To unlock keypad:
Heat cycle rate determines how often the heating system will turn on.
To make changes:
Aux cycle rate determines how often your auxiliary heat will turn on. It only applies if you have a heat pump.
To adjust aux cycle rate:
Cool cycle rate determines how often your cooling system will turn on.
To adjust cool cycle rate:
The lockout protects the compressor from short cycling.
Max heat limit is the maximum set point for heat mode. It prevents your room from being overheated.
Min cool limit is the minimum set point for cool mode. It prevents your room from being overcooled.
To conveniently reset only the schedule and user settings back to factory defaults, press Menu and Backlight buttons at the same time and hold until the display goes blank and resets.
If the thermostat has good batteries, but has a blank display or does not respond to key presses, the thermostat should be reset by removing the batteries for 2 minutes. This reset will not change the menu settings or program. If the condition persists after reinstalling the batteries, replace the thermostat.