Programming Guide (5+2)
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Programming Guide (5+2)

Use the tables below to plan your program time periods and the temperatures you want during each period. Fill in all the spaces. You can repeat the same temperature more than once if you do not want the temperature to change over several time periods.

HEATING SCHEDULE

  FIVE DAY TWO DAY
Time Period Start Time Temperature Start Time Temperature
MORNING (MOR)        
DAY (DAY)        
EVENING (EVE)        
NIGHT (NHT)        

COOLING SCHEDULE

  FIVE DAY TWO DAY
Time Period Start Time Temperature Start Time Temperature
MORNING (MOR)        
DAY (DAY)        
EVENING (EVE)        
NIGHT (NHT)        

The programming of your thermostat is very easy following these steps.

  1. Press RUN PROGRAM once and release.
  2. Press SET CLOCK one time. The display will show minutes. Use TIME FWD or TIME BACK to set to the current time in minutes. Example: if it’s 3:22pm, set the minutes to 22.
  3. Press SET CLOCK one more time. The display will show hours. Use TIME FWD or TIME BACK to set to the current time in hours. Example: if it’s 3:22pm, set the hour to 3pm.
  4. Press RUN PROGRAM once and release.
  5. Press SYSTEM SWITCH to select heat or cool, whichever you prefer to program at this time.
  6. Press VIEW PROGRAM one time. This displays MOR and the settings for time and temperature. The display will also read 5-DAY.
  7. Press TIME FWD or TIME BACK until the time on your display reads the same as you have selected in your HEATING or COOLING SCHEDULE. Be sure to check the AM or PM on the screen, it must also match your schedule. (Note: Time is set in increments of 15 minutes.)
  8. Press the RED or BLUE (temperature up or down arrow) key to adjust the temperature to match your schedule.
  9. Return to Step 6 and repeat through Step 8 until you have worked through the entire MOR, DAY, EVE, NHT, Five Day and Two Day, Schedule. When you are satisfied your program matches your schedule you can press RUN PROGRAM. Programming is now complete for this mode (Heating or Cooling, whichever you chose in step 5) and your thermostat is running the program.
  10. If you wish you may return to step 4 to program the other mode.