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Honeywell Thermostat Q682 User Manual

T8190A/191108AJ, Q682 Heating or Cooling Thermostat and Wallplate or Heating/Cooling Thermostat and Subbase D.F. Rev. 9-94 ©Honeywell Inc. 1994 Form Number 69-0643—1 M3375 Welcome… Recycling Notice M3375 to the world of energy savings with your new This control contains mercury in a sealed Honeywell thermostat. The Honeywell name is tube. Do not place control in the trash at the end your assurance of accurate control and reliable of its useful life. operation for years to come. If this control is replacing a control that Your new thermostat will automatically lower contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not place and raise the temperature in your home one or your old control in the trash. more times every 24 hours. This allows you to Contact your local waste management significantly lower your fuel costs, while awaken- authority for instructions regarding recycling and ing (or returning home) to a comfortable the proper disposal of this control, or of an old temperature. control containing mercury in a sealed tube. Read this manual to learn how to use your new thermostat. 2 69-0643—1 Table of Contents Page Features of Your Thermostat ............................................................................................................ 4 Setting the Temperature .................................................................................................................. 7 Inserting Timer Batteries ................................................................................................................... 8 Setting the Timer ............................................................................................................................... 9 Programming................................................................................................................................... 10 Setting Subbase Switches .............................................................................................................. 13 Troubleshooting .............................................................................................................................. 14 Servicing the Thermostat ................................................................................................................ 22 Cycle Rate Adjustment ............................................................................................................... 22 Thermometer Adjustment ........................................................................................................... 23 Warranty.......................................................................................................................................... 27 3 69-0643—1 Features Of Your 1 FLIP-UP COVER. Lift it up to set clock for energy saving and normal temperature Thermostat periods. 2 THERMOSTAT COVER. Lift up and remove 4 to adjust heat anticipator. 1 2 3 THERMOMETER. Provides accurate room temperature reading. 4 TEMPERATURE SETTING LEVERS. Left (blue mark) controls the low temperature, right (red mark) controls the high tempera- ture. 5 TIMER. This timer provides a 24-hour slotted dial to hold the programming pins. 6 TIMER SETTING KNOB. Turn clockwise to match the correct AM or PM time to the time indicator. 3 M7349 7 TIME INDICATOR. Arrow head (triangle shape) indicates low (blue) temperature setting or high (red) temperature setting in control on program index wheel. Also indicates time on 24-hour dial. 4 69-0643—1 8 PROGRAM INDEX WHEEL. Controls high and low temperature at specific time of day as set by program pins. 9 PROGRAM PINS. Must be inserted into 24- hour timer dial slots to control program 5 6 10 index wheel. 14 10 PIN SLOTS. Located on 24-hour dial at 10- minute intervals for program pin insertion. 11 PROGRAM DIAL. 24-hour dial with light band to indicate daytime and dark band to indicator nighttime. 12 HEAT ANTICIPATOR SCALEPLATE. Calibrated to match the heating system current draw in amperes. 13 ANTICIPATOR SETTING LEVER. Must be adjusted to match the heating system primary control current. 9 11 8 7 12 13 14 MERCURY BULB AND BIMETAL ELE- M7350 MENT (2). Provide automatic temperature control by switching the heating or cooling system on or off. 5 69-0643—1 15 WALLPLATE (Included with thermostat.) Provides mounting base and wiring connections for heating-only or cooling-only thermostat. 15 M2421 16 SUBBASE (Optional, not included with thermostat; ordered separately.) Provides O mounting base, wiring connections and B manual switching control for heating/cooling R thermostat. See Setting Subbase Switches W section for additional information. G Y 16 FAN COOL ON AUTOHEAT OFF M 719 6 69-0643—1 Setting the Temperature For Heating: ■ Set the left lever (blue mark) to the energy saving temperature you want when you are sleeping or your home is unoccupied. HIGH LOW TEMPERATURE ■ TEMPERATURE Set the right lever (red mark) to the tempera- SETTING LEVER SETTING ture you want for normal comfort periods. LEVER NOTE: You may override the time program by 50 60 70 80 setting both the red and blue levers to the same temperature setpoint. 50 60 70 80 For Cooling: ■ Set the left lever (blue mark) to the tempera- ture you want for normal comfort periods. ■ Set the right lever (red mark) to the energy M8586 saving temperature you want when you are sleeping or your home is unoccupied. Fig. 1—Setting high and low temperature setting levers. 7 69-0643—1 Inserting Timer Batteries BATTERY LOCATION FOR Power is supplied to the timer by the 24 Vac (2) AAA BATTERIES; transformer, by two AAA alkaline batteries INSTALL WITH POSITIVE (included), or by the heating or cooling control ENDS UP circuit. Backup batteries may be installed to supply power to the timer if power is interrupted when using a 24 Vac powering method. Install batteries in thermostat as shown in Fig. 2. Once a year or when batteries are dead, replace with two new AAA alkaline batteries. We recommend Energizer¨ batteries. Properly dispose of old batteries. M8585 Fig. 2—Inserting timer batteries. 8 69-0643—1 the knob carefully in a clockwise direction 23 Setting the Timer hours. Do NOT reverse the knob, or damage to ■ Lift thermostat flip-up cover and you’ll find the timer mechanism may occur. 24-hour program dial, slotted in 10-minute increments. Adjust the timer to the current time by carefully turning the knob clockwise PROGRAM DIAL . DO NOT reverse the knob. PROGRAM ■ When time is correctly set, the time indicator PIN (6) arrow (triangle shape) will point to the correct TIMER time and corresponding daytime (light) or SETTING night-time (dark) band of the program dial. KNOB See Fig. 3 TIME Example: For 11 PM, the time indicator arrow INDICATOR ARROW will point directly to the dark band. For 11 AM, the arrow will point to the light band. Daylight Saving Time TIME INDICATOR ARROW M 821 When Daylight Saving Time starts, move the knob carefully in a clockwise direction one Fig. 3—Setting the timer. hour. When Daylight Saving Time ends, move 9 69-0643—1 Programming 24-HOUR PROGRAM DIAL You can program your thermostat to automati- (GRAY AREA FOR NIGHT SETTINGS) cally lower and raise the temperature one or FLIP-UP more times every 24 hours, depending on the COVER number of program pins used. Before setting your program Notice the slots on the program dial (Fig. 4). PROGRAM PINS The dial is slotted for the program pins that can be inserted at 10-minute intervals. THERMOSTAT ■ Lift thermostat flip-up cover and you will find COVER the 24-hour program dial. The slots on the program dial (Fig. 4) are for the program pins PROGRAM that can be inserted at 10-minute intervals. PIN SLOT ■ Three red and three blue program pins are PROGRAM INDEX WHEEL PROGRAM included with your thermostat. The red pins PIN STORAGE TIME INDICATOR ARROW M7348 start the high-temperature period; the blue pins start the low-temperature period. A heating program has been preprogrammed. A Fig. 4—Program components. red pin is inserted at 6:00 AM for high 10 69-0643—1 temperature (comfort period); a blue pin is reset the pins when the seasons change. inserted at 10:00 PM for low temperature You will also probably want to change the (energy saving period). Two additional sets of lever positions. pins are located in the program pin storage area. You can set up to six temperature To set the heating program: changes with the pins supplied. We recom- ■ mend at least five hours for each energy Decide when you want the temperature to saving period. reach the comfort level. Find the notch on the ■ To change the pins or add a new energy dial that is one-half hour before this time and savings period: insert a red pin. The high temperature is in ¥ To insert a pin, push it straight into the effect. The half-hour head start gives the selected notch on the program dial until it is furnace time to heat the house before you awaken or arrive home. completely seated. ■ ¥ To remove a pin, press against the Decide when you want the energy saving program dial and pull the pin straight out. period to start and insert a blue pin at the DO NOT attempt to change a pin if it is notch that corresponds to this time. After the engaged with the program index wheel. blue pin engages, the low temperature is in ¥ On heating/cooling systems, set the effect. The furnace will be off until room subbase switches to desired positions. See temperature drops to the energy saving setpoint. Setting Subbase Switches section. ■ ¥ On heating/cooling systems, you must You can set both a day and a night program. See Fig. 5 for program examples. 11 69-0643—1 WINTER SUMMER PROGRAM PROGRAM TEMPERATURE PIN IN TEMPERATURE PIN IN To set the cooling program: ¡F ¡C CONTROL ¡F ¡C CONTROL ■ Decide when you want the temperature to NIGHT BEGINS 58 14 BLUE 80 27 RED ENERGY 10:00 PM reach the comfort level. Find the notch on the SAVING ENDS 68 20 RED 75 24 BLUE PERIOD 6:00 AM dial that is one-half hour before this time and DAY BEGINS 58 14 BLUE 80 27 RED insert a blue pin. The low temperature is in ENERGY 7:30 AM SAVING ENDS effect. The half-hour head start gives the air PERIOD 68 20 RED 75 24 4:00 PM BLUE conditioner time to cool the house before you M1690B awaken or arrive home. ■ Decide when you want the energy saving Fig. 5—Programming examples. period to start and insert a red pin at the notch that corresponds to this time. After the red pin engages, the high temperature is in effect. The air conditioner will be off until the room temperature rises to the energy saving setpoint. 12 69-0643—1 Setting Subbase Switches (if applicable) The subbase system switch controls system The subbase fan switch controls fan opera- operation as follows: tion as follows: HEAT—Heating system is controlled by the ON—Fan operates continuously. thermostat. Cooling system is off. AUTO—Fan operates with cooling equipment as COOL—Cooling system is controlled by the controlled by the thermostat or with the thermostat. Heating system is off. heating equipment as controlled by the OFF—Both the heating and cooling systems are plenum fan switch. In electric heat, heat off. If the fan switch is at the AUTO position, pump and fan coil systems, the fan is the fan is also off. controlled by the thermostat in heating and ON—In cooling-only applications, only cooling cooling. will operate. In heating-only applications, only To switch positions, use thumb or index heating will operate. finger to slide the lever to the desired position. For proper circuit operation, switch lever must stop in detent over desired function indicator mark. 13 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting Your Honeywell thermostat requires little or no attention. Most problems can generally be traced to the following. Problem Check Action No heat. —System switch may be in OFF Move system switch to HEAT position. 2 or COOL position. —Fuse or circuit breaker. If blown or tripped, replace fuse or reset breaker. —Furnace power switch may be Move switch to ON . OFF. —Pilot flame may be out. Relight pilot flame according to furnace manufacturer instructions. —Thermostat connections. Turn off power to furnace. Check for correct terminal hookups. Repair any frayed or broken wires. Firmly tighten all terminal screws. Turn on power. —Other. Contact a qualified service technician for assistance. (continued) 14 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Check Action Energy saving — Program dial for proper day Turn timer ahead 12 hours. Turn temperature or night phase. knob clockwise only. program is 12 hours. Rooms do not — Timer program for heating Move red pin one-half hour earlier warm up at the system may need more time on the program dial. programmed to warm up rooms. time. 2 Temperature — Program pins for correct time Relocate pins to desired settings. change occurs locations. at the wrong time. Room temperatures — Positions of thermostat set Reset to desired temperatures. are not correct. point levers. — Position of subbase system Move to desired operating position. switch (heating-cooling model). (continued) 15 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Check Action Room —Thermostat circuits. Heating mode—Move temperature temperatures setting levers 5° F [3° C] above room are not correct temperature. Heating system should (continued). start. Cooling mode—Move temperature setting levers 5° F [3° C] below room temperature. Cooling system should start. If the system does not operate, call a qualified service technician. Burner-on time —Anticipator setting. (See Fig. 6 Increase anticipator setting by 0.05 too short. for anticipator location.) (e.g., 0.4 to 0.45). Observe burner operation. Burner-on time too —Anticipator setting. (See Fig. 6 Decrease anticipator setting by 0.05 long. for anticipator location.) (e.g., 0.45 to 0.4). Observe burner operation. (continued) 16 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Check Action No cooling.1 —System switch may be in OFF Move switch to COOL position. or HEAT position. —Fuse or circuit breaker. If fuse is blown or breaker tripped, replace or reset. If fuse blows again, call the heating and air conditioning dealer. —Condenser switch position. Move to ON position. Located outdoors and may be turned off. —Thermostat connections. Turn off power to cooling system. Check for correct terminal hookups. Repair any frayed or broken wires. Firmly tighten all terminal screws. —Other. Contact a qualified service technician for assistance. (continued) 17 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Check Action Thermostat setting —Level position of thermostat. Reinstall thermostat wallplate or and thermometer subbase. Use a spirit level. reading disagree. —Area around thermostat for Thermostat should be about 5 ft drafts or radiant heat. [1.5m] above floor on an inside wall. Contact qualified service technician for change of location. —Calibration of thermometer. See Thermometer Adjustment section. Timer does not run. —Thermostat connections at the two C terminals. If no connections, timer needs 3 batteries in to run. —Batteries may not have been Install as shown in Fig. 2. installed. —Batteries may need Replace with two new AAA alkaline replacement. batteries as shown in Fig. 2. —If new batteries are installed Replace thermostat. and timer still does not run. (continued) 18 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Check Action Timer does not —Voltage across the two C Remove thermostat from the wallplate run (continued). terminals. or subbase and measure the voltage. Refer to Voltage at Timer Terminals table for cause and reaction. —Pins in program dial. If pins are Push down on pins to make sure they not completely seated in are completely seated in program dial. program dial, jamming with index wheel can occur. Timer loses time. —Power may be interrupted. Make sure power is on. Reset timer. —High limit control. If timer Wire separate transformer to power powered through system timer, or install backup batteries as transformer, power to timer shown in Fig. 2. and equipment may be off on safety. —Filter may be clogged. Safety Replace filter and reset timer. limit on equipment can cut off power to system. (continued) 19 69-0643—1 Troubleshooting (Continued) Problem Check Action Timer loses time —Batteries may need Replace with two new AAA alkaline (continued). replacement. batteries as shown in Fig. 2. 1 Not applicable on model used in heating-only system. 2 Not applicable on model used in cooling-only system. 3 If timer is not battery powered, timer may still use batteries for backup. If this Troubleshooting section did not solve the problem, call a qualified service technician or the Honeywell Customer Assistance Center, 1-800-468-1502, Monday - Friday, 7:00 AM to 5:30 PM Central time for additional assistance. 20 69-0643—1 Voltage At Timer Terminals AC Voltages at C-C Terminals Check Action 0 Vac. — System power off. — Restore power. — Short in timer power supply wiring. — Replace wiring. — Limit switch contacts stuck open. — Free or replace limit switch. — Transformer supplying power is — Replace transformer. burned out. Up to 15 Vac. — System transformer used to power — Use additional (separate) the timer is inadequate. transformer. — Additional (separate) transformer — Install transformer with proper used to power the timer has secondary voltage. inadequate voltage. 15 to 30 Vac. — Spring fingers on thermostat not — Rebend spring fingers to a 45 making proper contact with subbase degree angle to assure proper terminals. contact. — Timer has failed. — Replace thermostat. 21 69-0643—1 Servicing the Thermostat Cycle Rate Adjustment The equipment should cycle on and off just enough to keep the room temperature close to the temperature lever settings. If the thermostat seems to cycle the heating system too fast or too slow, adjust the cycle rate ANTICIPATOR by moving the anticipator setting lever one SCALEPLATE indicator mark at a time (Fig. 6). Observe the heating system operation after each adjustment. ANTICIPATOR M7317 NOTE: Most hot water systems require a setting SETTING LEVER of 1.2A. Fig. 6—Heat anticipator setting. 22 69-0643—1 Thermometer Adjustment The thermometer was accurately calibrated at Replace thermostat cover and put the system the factory and should only need adjustment if it into operation. has been dropped or mishandled. If the setpoint lever and the thermometer THERMOMETER reading do not agree, follow the procedure below. BACKSIDE OF SLOT Remove thermostat cover and open the flip-up FLIP-UP COVER cover. Set the thermostat cover on a table near a thermometer of known accuracy. INSERT AND TURN Allow at least five minutes for cover thermom- SCREWDRIVER eter to sense area temperature; then compare the readings. Be careful not to touch the ther- mometer or breathe on it. If the readings are the same, replace the cover and put the system into operation. If the readings are different, insert a small M1810 screwdriver in the thermometer slot, shown in Fig. 7, and turn it until both thermometers read the same. Fig. 7—Thermometer adjustment. 23 69-0643—1 If you have questions regarding the installation and programming of your Honeywell thermostat, please visit our web site at www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call the 24-hour automated information line at 1-800-468-1502. 24 69-0643—1 25 69-0643—1 26 69-0643—1 Limited One-Year 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 one (1) year from the date of purchase by the consumer. If, at any time during the warranty period, the product is defective or malfunctions, Honeywell shall repair or replace it (at Honeywell’s option) within a reasonable period of time. If the product is defective, (i) return it, with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase, to the dealer or contractor from which you purchased it, or (ii) package it carefully, along with proof of purchase (including date of purchase) and a short description of the malfunction, and mail it, postage prepaid, to the following address: Honeywell Inc. in Canada Returned Goods Department Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitee 1050 Berkshire Lane 740 Ellesmere Road Plymouth, MN 55441-4437 Scarborough, Ontario M1P2V9 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 ONE YEAR DURATION OF THIS WARRANTY. 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 our Customer Assistance Center, Honeywell Inc., P.O. Box 524, Minneapolis, MN 55440- 0524. 27 69-0643—1 Home and Building Control Home and Building Control Helping You Control Your World Honeywell Inc. Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée 1985 Douglas Drive No. 740 Ellesmere Road Golden Valley, MN 55422 Scarborough, Ontario M1P 2V9 Printed in U.S.A. www.honeywell.com/yourhome

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