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69-1730.fm Page 1 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM RTH7500D Programmable Thermostat OWNER’S GUIDE The RTH7500D Thermostat provides electronic control of 24 Vac heating and cooling systems or 750 mV heating systems. For assistance with your Honeywell product, please visit www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call Honeywell Customer Care toll free at 1-800-468-1502. Read and Save these Instructions Patents Pending ® U.S. Registered Trademark © 2004 Honeywell International Inc. All Rights Reserved 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 2 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Contents Prepare for Installation ............................................................ 3 Follow Important Instructions .................................................. 5 Remove Old Thermostat ......................................................... 6 Follow Special Instructions...................................................... 7 Label Old Thermostat Wires ................................................... 10 Mount New Wallplate to Wall .................................................. 11 Connect Wires to New Wallplate............................................. 15 Install Batteries........................................................................ 23 Attach New Thermostat to Wallplate....................................... 24 Configure Installer Setup......................................................... 26 Customer Assistance .............................................................. 62 Limited One-Year Warranty..................................................... 63 69-1730 2 69-1730.fm Page 3 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 1. Prepare for Installation 1. Check that the following items are included: WALLPLATE THERMOSTAT MOUNTING SCREWS (2) AND WALL ANCHORS (2) OWNER'S GUIDE WIRE LABELS CAUTION CARD OWNER'S GUIDE CAUTION TURN OFF POWER to system at the furnace, or at the fuse/circuit breaker panel before you begin. Match the letter of your old thermostat wire with the terminal of the corresponding letter on your new thermostat or base. ÓN Mon fusibles-interruptor té B B Y2 C E F F G G H H L O P P R R RC RH T U U V/VR V/VR W W1 W2 W3 W3 Read and save these instructions X X2 Y1 Y1 ell.com/yourhome M22278 If any of the items shown above are missing, call Honeywell Customer Care at 1-800-468-1502 before returning the thermostat to the store. 3 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 4 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 1. Prepare for Installation (Cont) 2. Check that you have everything required for the installation: • Two AA alkaline batteries • No. 2 Phillips screwdriver and standard pocket screwdriver •Drill • Drill bit—use 3/16 in. for drywall; use 7/32 in. for plaster • Level (optional) • Hammer • Pencil • Electrical tape 69-1730 4 69-1730.fm Page 5 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 2. Follow Important Instructions 1. Do not connect the wires to the new thermostat based on wire color because damage can occur to the heating and/or cooling system. These Installation Instructions explain later how to use the enclosed wire labels to correctly mark the wires connected to your old thermostat. OLD THERMOSTAT YELLOW WHITE Y W ! RED DO NOT WIRE NEW THERMOSTAT G BASED ON GREEN WIRE COLOR. R RC ORANGE M22034 5 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 6 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 3. Remove Old Thermostat 1. Turn off power at the heating and/or cooling system or fuse/circuit breaker panel. 2. Remove the cover from the old thermostat. 3. Remove the old thermostat from the wall or wall- plate. Do not remove the wires. OLD THERMOSTAT WALLPLATE Y W THERMOSTAT G R COVER C .1 .2 8 .9 .7 L .5 O .25 NGER .4 .3 M22036 MERCURY NOTICE If you are replacing a thermostat that contains mercury in a sealed tube, do not place your old thermostat in the trash. Contact your local waste management authority for instructions regarding recycling and the proper disposal of an old thermostat containing mercury in a sealed tube. 69-1730 6 69-1730.fm Page 7 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 4. Follow Special Instructions 1. If you have two C and/or C1 wires connected to your old thermostat, do not connect them to your new thermostat. 2. Disconnect the C and/or C1 wires. Make sure they do not touch each other or any other wires. 3. Wrap the bare end of each C and/or C1 wire with electrical tape. OLD THERMOSTAT LETTER Y W DESIGNATION G SCREW TERMINAL C WIRE R C WIRE HOLE DO NOT CONNECT TO NEW THERMOSTAT M22201 7 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 8 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 4. Follow Special Instructions (Cont) 4. If you have only one C and/or C1 wire connected to your old thermostat, connect this wire to C on the new thermostat. Visit www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call Honeywell Customer Care at 1-800-468-1502 before returning the thermostat to the store. OLD THERMOSTAT LETTER Y W DESIGNATION G SCREW TERMINAL WIRE R C WIRE HOLE CONNECT TO THE "C" ON THE NEW THERMOSTAT M22223 69-1730 8 69-1730.fm Page 9 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 4. Follow Special Instructions (Cont) 5. If you find any wires not connected to your old thermostat, do not connect them to your new thermostat. 6. Wrap the end of the wires that are not connected with electrical tape. OLD THERMOSTAT LETTER DESIGNATION Y W SCREW TERMINAL G WIRE R WIRE HOLE RC WIRES NOT CONNECTED – DO NOT CONNECT TO NEW THERMOSTAT M22040 9 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 10 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 5. Label Old Thermostat Wires 1. As you disconnect each wire, use the enclosed wire labels to wrap a wire label around each wire that matches the letter designation. Do not allow the wires to fall into the wall opening after the wires are disconnected. 2. Remove any remaining part of the old thermostat from the wall. OLD THERMOSTAT WIRE LABEL Y W LETTER Y W DESIGNATION G SCREW TERMINAL G WIRE RC R R RC WIRE HOLE M22039 When connecting the wires to the new thermostat, refer to the wire labels. Do not connect wires to your new thermostat based on the color of the wire. 69-1730 10 69-1730.fm Page 11 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 6. Mount New Wallplate to Wall 1. Separate the wallplate from the thermostat as shown. WALLPLATE WIRE HOLE THERMOSTAT M22267 11 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 12 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 6. Mount New Wallplate to Wall (Cont) 2. Pass the labeled wires through the wire hole on the wallplate. WALL OPENING WIRE HOLE WALLPLATE LABELED WIRES M22279 69-1730 12 69-1730.fm Page 13 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 6. Mount New Wallplate to Wall (Cont) 3. Position the wallplate on the wall with the arrow pointing up. Level the wallplate (for appearance only) and mark the two mounting holes with a pencil. PLACE LEVEL ON SUPPORT TABS LEVEL MARK MOUNTING HOLES (2) WALLPLATE M22292 13 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 14 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 6. Mount New Wallplate to Wall (Cont) 4. Move the wallplate aside and drill holes at the locations marked on the wall. Drill 3/16 in. holes for drywall or 7/32 in. holes for plaster. 5. Tap the wall anchors into the drilled holes until even with the wall surface. DRILLED HOLES (2) WALL ANCHORS (2) WALLPLATE MOUNTING M22293 SCREWS (2) 6. Position the wallplate over the wall anchors. 7. Insert the mounting screws into the wall anchors. Check leveling, if desired, and tighten the mounting screws. 69-1730 14 69-1730.fm Page 15 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate 1. Match the labeled wires to the letter designations on the wallplate. 2. Select the correct letter designations to follow for your system. If you have a standard heating and/or cooling system, use the CONVENTIONAL letter designations. If you have a heat pump system, use the HEAT PUMP letter designations to wire the new thermostat. M22294 See table on page 29 to help you determine if you have a CONVENTIONAL or HEAT PUMP system. 15 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 16 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) 3. If wires are to be connected to both Rc and R, loosen the Rc and R screw terminals and remove the metal jumper wire. 4. If only one of the terminals, Rc or R, is to be connected, leave the metal jumper wire in place. TERMINAL BLOCK SCREW TERMINALS LETTER DESIGNATIONS WALLPLATE C G Y O/B RC R METAL JUMPER WIRE M22295 69-1730 16 69-1730.fm Page 17 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) 5. Loosen the screw terminals. Insert the labeled wires into the holes on the side of the terminal block that match the letter designations. Tighten the screw terminals. 6. If any of the labeled wires do not match the letter designations, see next page for wire connections. LABELED WIRES TERMINAL BLOCK SCREW TERMINALS CONVENTIONAL LETTER DESIGNATIONS WALLPLATE C G G WIRE HOLE Y Y W W C RC R R R INSERT WIRE IN HOLE M22325 17 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 18 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) 7. Compare letter designations on your old and new thermostats. Use the information below if you are wiring a CONVENTIONAL System. Use the information on page 20 if you are wiring a Heat Pump system. CONVENTIONAL Possible letter letter designations designations on on the new thermostat the labeled wires 2 1 RC or R RC 2 1 R or RH, 4, V R W or W1, H W Y or Y1, M Y G or F G 3 4 C or C1, X, B C Y2 Y2 W2 W2 M22208 Do not connect more than one wire to each terminal. Be sure to read the notes referenced in the numbered triangles above. These numbered notes appear on the next page. 69-1730 18 69-1730.fm Page 19 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) NOTES FOR CONVENTIONAL HEATING AND COOLING SYSTEMS 1 If wires will be connected to both RC and R on the new thermostat, remove metal jumper wire between RC and R. Leave metal jumper wire in place if only one of the terminals, RC or R, will be connected on the new thermostat. 2 If wires were connected to both R and RH terminals on the old thermostat, remove metal jumper wire between RC and R on the new thermostat. Connect the old R to the new RC and the old RH to the new R. 3 If two C and/or C1 wires were connected to the old thermostat, do not connect them to the new thermostat. Wrap the bare end of each wire separately with electrical tape and do not use. 4 If one C and/or C1 wire was connected to the old thermostat, the wire should be connected to the "C" letter designation on the new thermostat. M22246 19 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 20 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) 8. Compare letter designations on your old and new thermostats. Use the information below if you are wiring a HEAT PUMP system. Possible letter HEAT PUMP letter designations on designations on the the labeled wires new thermostat 1 RC 2 VR or V or R R 3 H or B, O O/B Y1 or M or Y Y F or G G 3 X or B, C C F or L L X2 or X, E E 4 AUX, W1, W or W2 AUX M22210 Be sure to read the note referenced in the numbered triangles above. These numbered notes appear on the next page. 69-1730 20 69-1730.fm Page 21 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) NOTES FOR HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS 1 Leave metal jumper wire between RC and R in place. 2 If the old thermostat had separate wires on both the V and VR, some system modification is required. Call your local heating and cooling contractor for assistance. 3 If the old thermostat had wires on both O and B, be sure to attach the B wire to the C letter designation on the new thermostat. If another wire is already matched to the C, contact Honeywell. 4 If the old thermostat had wires on W1, Y1 and W2, some system modification is required. Call your local heating and cooling contractor for assistance. M22245 21 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 22 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 7. Connect Wires to New Wallplate (Cont) 9. Push excess wire back into the wall opening. Keep wires in the shaded area. WIRE WALLPLATE WALL OPENING SHADED AREA M22297 69-1730 22 69-1730.fm Page 23 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 8. Install Batteries 1. Install two fresh AA alkaline batteries on the back of the thermostat as marked on the thermostat. BATTERIES (2) BATTERY HOLDER M22259 BACK OF THERMOSTAT 2. Remove tab labeled “Remove during installation” in the lower right corner of the thermostat back. REMOVE TAB REMOVE DURING INSTALLATION REMOVE DURING INSTALLATION M22298 23 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 24 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 9. Attach New Thermostat to Wallplate 1. Align the screw blocks with the pins on the back of the thermostat. WALLPLATE TERMINAL SCREW BLOCK PINS ON BACK OF THERMOSTAT M22299 2. Push the thermostat straight onto the wallplate until it snaps into place. 3. Turn on the power at the heating and/or cooling system or fuse/circuit breaker panel. If the wires interfere with mounting the thermostat to the wallplate, push the excess wire back into the wall opening. 69-1730 24 69-1730.fm Page 25 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 10. Set the Calendar This thermostat is designed to automatically keep current time and day in memory for up to ten years, under normal use, once the calendar is set. When the thermostat is first powered, the display is ready to set the calendar. 1. Use Up or Down arrow button to set the Month. MONTH YEAR DAY UP AND DOWN BUTTONS CHANGES MONTH, DAY AND YEAR Tue FanUseEdit Schedule Clock Reset NextHoldStep DONE BUTTON ADVANCES TO TIME SETTING SCREEN GO BACK BUTTON NEXT BUTTON GOES BACK TO LAST SETTING ADVANCE TO NEXT SETTING M22302 2. Press the Next button to advance to the Date. 3. Use the Up or Down arrow button to set the Date. 4. Press the Next button to advance to the Year. 5. Use the Up or Down arrow button to set the Year. 6. Press the Done button to advance to the Time. 7. Use the Up or Down arrow button to set the Time. 25 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 26 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 10. Set the Calendar (Cont) UP AND DOWN BUTTONS CHANGES TIME PM Clock More Done DONE BUTTON ADVANCES TO HOME SCREEN M22303 8. Press the Done button. The calendar can be set anytime. See Step 11, Configure Installer Setup, for instructions. 69-1730 26 69-1730.fm Page 27 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup 1. Use the Installer Setup Menu to match your new thermostat to your heating and/or cooling system. Follow the steps in this section to set up your thermostat. 2. Press and release the System button. Tue Set To AM System Auto Fan Auto Heat Off Cool System & Fan Schedule Clock & More M22304 27 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 28 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 3. Press and hold the center button for approximately five seconds, until the screen changes. System Auto Fan Auto Em Heat Off Cool FanUseEdit System & Fan CancelDone M22305 4. Release the center button when the display on your thermostat matches the display below. ResetGo Back NextHoldStep CancelDone M22326 69-1730 28 69-1730.fm Page 29 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 5. Press the Up or Down arrows to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0120 below. 6. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. 7. Follow steps 5 and 6 to set Installer Setup Numbers 0130, 0140 and 0150 to complete setting the calendar. FACTORY Period SETTING INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER CHANGE THE FACTORY SETTING Clock More Go Back Next Done GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0120 Date (Year Select first two digits of current Upper) calendar year (20 for year 2005, etc). 0130 Date (Year Select last two digits of current Lower) calendar year (05 for year 2005, etc). 0140 Date Select number that represents current (Month) calendar month. 0150 Date Select number that represents current (Day) calendar date. M22307 29 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 30 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 8. Press the Up or Down arrows to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0170. 9. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING INSTALLER Set To % SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW GOES BACK TO LAST INSTALLER DOWN SETUP Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW ADVANCE TO NEXT PRESS TO EXIT INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0170 System 1 - Heating and Cooling (Conventional) -- Gas, oil or Type electric heating with central air conditioning. Selection 2 - Single-stage Heat Pump with no back-up or auxiliary heat -- the compressor runs in both heating and cooling. 3 - Heat Only with no fan (Conventional) -- Gas, oil or electric heating without central air conditioning. No wire on the G terminal on new thermostat. 4 - Heat Only with fan (Conventional) -- Gas, oil or electric heating without central air conditioning. Typically wires are R, W and G on new thermostat. 5 - Hot Water Heat Only (Conventional) -- Gas or Oil hot water heat with three wires connected to new thermostat or for normally closed hot water values with wires connected to R and Y on new thermostat. 6 - Cool Only (Conventional) -- Central air conditioning only. 7 - Multistage Heat Pumps -- heat pump with auxiliary or back-up heat. 8 - Multistage Conventional Heating and Cooling -- 2 stages of Heat (wires on W and W2) and 2 stages of Cool (wires on Y and Y2). 9 - Multistage Conventional Heating and Cooling -- 2 stages of heat (wires on W and W2) and 1 stage of Cool (wire on Y). 10 - Multistage Conventional Heating and Cooling -- 1 stage of heat (wire on W) and 2 stages of Cool (wires on Y and Y2). M22308 69-1730 30 69-1730.fm Page 31 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 10. If you do not have a number 0180 on the left side of your display, go to the next page. 11. If you have a number 0180 on the left side of your display, press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0180. 12. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0180 Fan Control 0 - Gas or Oil Heat -- Heating system in Heating controls fan in a call for heat. 1 - Electric Heat -- Thermostat controls fan in a call for heat. M22309 31 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 32 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 13. If you do not have a number 0190 on the left side of your display, go to the next page. 14. If you have a number 0190 on the left side of your display, press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0190. 15. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0190 Heat Pump 0 - Changeover Valve in Cooling -- Changeover Use this setting if you connected a Valve wire labeled O to the O/B terminal. 1 - Changeover Valve in Heating -- Use this setting if you connected a wire labeled B to the O/B terminal. M22310 69-1730 32 69-1730.fm Page 33 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 16. If you do not have a number 0240 on the left side of your display, go to the next page. 17. If you have a number 0240 on the left side of your display, press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0240. 18. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0240 Heating 5 - Gas or Oil Furnace (less than Cycle 90% efficient). Rate 9 - Electric Furnace. 3 - Gas or Oil Hot Water, Gas 90%+ High-Efficiency Furnace. 1 - Gas or Oil Steam, Gas or Oil Gravity. M22329 33 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 34 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 19. Press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0320. 20. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0320 Temperature 0 - Fahrenheit Temperature Display. Indication 1 - Celsius Temperature Display. Scale M22311 69-1730 34 69-1730.fm Page 35 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 21. Press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0330. 22. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0330 Daylight 0 - Daylight Savings is Off -- clock will Savings not adjust for Daylight Savings Time. 1 - Daylight Savings is On -- clock will automatically adjust for Daylight Savings Time. M22312 35 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 36 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 23. Press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0500. 24. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0500 Furnace 0 - Furnace Filter change reminder Filter is Off Change 1 - Approximately 1 month -- based Reminder on 10 days of fan run time. 2 - Approximately 3 months -- based on 30 days of fan run time. 3 - Approximately 6 months -- based on 60 days of fan run time. 4 - Approximately 9 months -- based on 90 days of fan run time. 5 - Approximately 1 year -- based on 120 days of fan run time. 6 - Approximately 3 years -- based on 365 days of fan run time. M22313 69-1730 36 69-1730.fm Page 37 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 25. Press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0530. 26. After you select your setting, press the Next button to go to the next Installer Setup Number. SETTING Period INSTALLER Wake Leave SETUP NUMBER UP ARROW DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0530 Adaptive 0 - Conventional recovery -- system Intelligent starts recovery at programmed RecoveryTM time. 1 - Adaptive Intelligent RecoveryTM -- system starts early so the setting is reached by the start of programmed period. M22314 37 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 38 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Step 11. Configure Installer Setup (Cont) 27. Press the Up or Down arrow to select your setting for Installer Setup Number 0640. 28. After you select your setting, press the Done key to exit the Installer Setup and save your settings. 29. Congratulations! The installation of the thermostat is complete. SETTING OutsideOutside SavedSaved INSTALLER Set To SETUP NUMBER % UP ARROW Permanent Hold DOWN Clock More Go Back Next Done ARROW GOES BACK ADVANCE TO PRESS TO EXIT TO LAST NEXT INSTALLER INSTALLER SETUP INSTALLER SETUP SETUP Installer Installer (Select Your Setting) Setup Setup Settings Number Name 0640 Clock 12 - 12-hour clock format. Format 24 - 24-hour clock format. M22315 69-1730 38 69-1730.fm Page 39 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Get to Know Your Thermostat Buttons Thermostat DOWN BUTTON LOWERS TEMPERATURE SETTING OR MAKES SELECTIONS IN OTHER SCREENS UP ARROW BUTTON RAISES TEMPERATURE SETTING OR MAKES SELECTIONS IN OTHER SCREENS PM System Fan System & Fan Schedule Clock & More SCHEDULE BUTTON SELECTS PROGRAMMING MODE CLOCK & SYSTEM & FAN BUTTON MORE BUTTON SELECTS FAN AUTO OR ON SELECTS TIME AND SELECTS HEAT, OFF, COOL FURNACE FILTER AND EM HEAT INFORMATION M22316 39 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 40 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Get to Know Your Thermostat Display Display SHOWS CURRENT TEMPERATURE DAY OF WEEK SETTING CURRENT TIME Mon Aux System Schedulehe Clock & MoreM CURRENT INDICATES SYSTEM SETTING THERMOSTAT IS "CALLING FOR COOL OR HEAT" CURRENT FAN SETTING M22317 69-1730 40 69-1730.fm Page 41 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Set System Setting Set System Setting Press the System button to select Heat, Off or Cool: Heat—Thermostat controls the heating system. Off—Heating and cooling systems are both off. Cool—Thermostat controls the cooling system. Em. Heat (Heat Pump Systems with Auxiliary Heat)—Thermostat controls emergency heat and auxiliary heat, if needed. Heat Pump compressor is not operational. CAUTION Equipment Damage Hazard. Air conditioning compressor damage possible. Do not operate cooling system when outdoor temperature is below 50 °F (10 °C). Tue Set To AM System Auto Fan Auto Heat Off Cool System & Fan Schedule Clock & More M22304 41 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 42 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Set System Setting (Cont) Set Fan Setting 1. Press System & Fan button. 2. Press the Fan button to select Auto or On: Auto—Normal setting for most homes.The fan runs only when the heating or cooling system is on. On—The fan runs continuously. Use this setting for improved air circulation or for more efficient air cleaning. System Auto Fan Auto Em Heat Off Cool FanUseEdit System & Fan CancelDone M22305 69-1730 42 69-1730.fm Page 43 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Program Your Heating and Cooling Schedule Your thermostat can control up to four different schedule periods for each day: Wake—Period when you awaken and want your home at a comfortable temperature. Leave—Period when you are away from home and want an energy-saving temperature. Return—Period when you return home and want your home back to a comfortable temperature. Sleep—Period when you are asleep and want an energy-saving temperature. Edit Schedule 1. Press the Schedule button. Tue System Heat System & Fan Schedule Clock & More M22330 Press the View button to look at the schedule without editing the schedule. 43 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 44 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Program Your Heating and Cooling Schedule (Cont) 2. Press the Edit button. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Edit View Go Back M22331 69-1730 44 69-1730.fm Page 45 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Program Your Heating and Cooling Schedule (Cont) 3. Monday through Friday flashes. Press the Select Day button to select Monday through Friday. The days selected are scheduled with the same times and temperatures. Checkmarks appear next to the days selected. Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat Sun Select Day Next Step Cancel M22332 You can select each day separately. Use the Up and Down buttons to move up and down the list of days. Use the Select Day or DeSelect Day button to select the days you want to schedule. 45 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 46 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Program Your Heating and Cooling Schedule (Cont) 4. Press the Next Step button. Once pressed, Wake flashes to show it is selected. DAYS SCHEDULE HEAT OR COOL SELECTED PERIOD TEMPERATURES UP ARROW CHANGES TIME Mon Tue Period Wed Wake Leave AND Thu Fri TEMPERATURES Go Back Next Step Done DOWN ARROW CHANGES TIME AND TEMPERATURES GO BACK BUTTON GOES BACK TO THE DONE BUTTON LAST SCHEDULE STEP EXITS AND SAVES CHANGES MADE NEXT STEP BUTTON TO SCHEDULE ADVANCES PERIOD,TIME, HEAT AND COOL TEMPERATURES M22333 5. Press the Next Step button to select the Wake time. 6. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to change the time. 7. Press the Next Step button to select the Heating temperature. 8. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to change the temperature. 9. Press the Next Step button to select the Cooling temperature. 10. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to change the temperature. 11. Repeat steps 5 through 10 for the Leave, Return and Sleep schedules. 69-1730 46 69-1730.fm Page 47 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Program Your Heating and Cooling Schedule (Cont) 12. When complete, press the Done button. “Saved” appears on the display to indicate changes are being saved to the day(s) selected. Mon Tue Saved Wed Thu Fri Sat M22334 13. To set a program schedule for Saturday and Sunday, repeat steps 1 through 12. To select Saturday and /or Sunday to schedule, use the Down arrow button until Sat or Sun is flashing. When the desired day(s) is flashing, press the Select Day button. 47 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 48 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Set Time Set Time 1. Press Clock & More button. 2. Use the Up and Down arrow buttons to set the current time. Tue PM Go Back Done M22335 3. Press the Done button. The current day of the week should already be set correctly. If not, see Step 11, Configure Installer Setup. 69-1730 48 69-1730.fm Page 49 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Set Temperature Overrides Hold Temperature Until (Temporary Hold) Hold temperature temporarily until the next scheduled period time. 1. Press the Up or Down arrow buttons next to the temperature you want to adjust. “Temporary” appears on the display above the set temperature. MOVES TEMPERATURE SETTING UP OR DOWN M22336 2. Press the Use Schedule button to cancel “Temporary” temperature and resume schedule. 49 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 50 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Set Temperature Overrides (Cont) Permanent Hold Permanent Hold changes the temperature setting until Permanent Hold is cancelled. 1. Use the Up or Down arrow buttons to set the temperature you want during the hold. 2. Press the Hold button. “Permanent Hold” shows on the display. Tue PM System Fan Use System & Fan Schedule Clock & More M22337 3. Press the Use Schedule button to cancel “Permanent Hold” and resume the schedule. The display shows Permanent Hold until it is cancelled. 69-1730 50 69-1730.fm Page 51 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Use Your Filter Timer The Filter Timer notifies you when to change your furnace filter. Reset Filter Timer 1. “Change Filter” appears on the display when the filter timer expires. 2. Press the Reset button to restart the filter timer. Tue PM System Fan Heat Schedule Clock & More Reset M22338 See Step 11 to turn the Filter Timer Change Reminder feature on or off. 51 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 52 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Use Your Filter Timer (Cont) View or Reset The Remaining Change Filter Time 1. Press the Clock & More button. 2. Press the Next button. Change Filter Days Reset Next Done M22339 3. Press the Reset button to Restart the filter timer, if desired. 4. Press the Done button. See Step 11 to turn the Filter Timer Change Reminder feature on or off. 69-1730 52 69-1730.fm Page 53 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Understand Temperature Recovery Feature Your thermostat comes with a feature called Adaptive Intelligent Recovery™, which eliminates all guesswork when setting your schedule. How long does it take the furnace to warm your house in the morning before you get out of bed or how long does it take the air conditioner to cool your house in the afternoon before you return from work? No problem. The thermostat determines that for you. Simply set your program schedule to the time you want the house to be at your comfort temperature. The thermostat then turns on the heating or cooling at just the right time to have your home reach your scheduled temperature at your scheduled time. For example—you get out of bed at 6:00 AM and want the temperature to be 70°F. Set the Wake period for 6:00 AM and 70°F. The thermostat then turns on the heat before 6:00 AM to raise the temperature to 70°F by 6:00 AM. The thermostat alerts that the heating or cooling system is coming on before a scheduled time when “Recovery” shows on the screen. Tue PM Heat On System Fan System & Fan Schedule Clock & More M22340 It takes about a week for the thermostat to adjust to local weather, your schedule, the construction of your home and your heating and/or cooling system. Each day it adjusts the next day’s recovery start time accordingly. 53 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 54 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Replace Batteries 1. When the LO Battery indicator is flashing, replace the batteries promptly with two fresh AA alkaline batteries. M22322 2. Remove thermostat from the wallplate by pulling straight out. WALL 69-1730 54 69-1730.fm Page 55 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Replace Batteries (Cont) 3. Remove the old batteries and insert two fresh AA alkaline batteries, as marked on the thermostat. BATTERIES (2) BATTERY HOLDER M22259 BACK OF THERMOSTAT 55 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 56 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Replace Batteries (Cont) 4. Align the screw blocks with the pins on the back of the thermostat. WALLPLATE TERMINAL SCREW BLOCK PINS ON BACK OF THERMOSTAT M22299 5. Push the thermostat straight onto the wallplate until it snaps into place. 69-1730 56 69-1730.fm Page 57 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Review Battery Tips 1. Replace the batteries as soon as LO Batt flashes in the display. The LO Battery indicator flashes in the display one month before the batteries run down completely. 2. Always use fresh AA alkaline batteries. Non-alka- line batteries do not last as long and can leak, causing thermostat damage. 3. Although the thermostat has a Low Battery indica- tor, replace the batteries once a year to prevent the thermostat and heating/cooling system from shut- ting down due to lack of battery power. 4. As a precaution, replace the batteries when leaving your home for more than a month to prevent your heating/cooling system from shutting down if the batteries run down completely. 57 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 58 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Built-in Compressor Protection The RTH7500D Thermostat has built-in compressor protection (minimum-off timer) that prevents the compressor from restarting too early after a shutdown. The minimum-off timer is activated after the compressor turns off. If there is a call during the minimum-off timer, the thermostat shows “Wait” in the display. Tue Set To AM System Fan Auto Wait Cool System & Fan Schedule Clock & More M22341 When the minimum-off timer expires, “Cool On” or “Heat On”a appears solidly in the display and the compressor and fan turn on. _________ aHeat Pumps only. 69-1730 58 69-1730.fm Page 59 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Troubleshooting Tips If . . . Then . . . Display is Check that fresh AA alkaline batteries are blank. installed as marked on the thermostat. Temperature Check that the temperature settings are: settings do not • Heating 40°F to 90°F(4.5°C to 32°C). change. • Cooling 50°F to 99°F (10°C to 37°C). Heating system • Set the system to Heat by pressing the does not turn System button. on. • Check the heat temperature setting to be sure it is set above the room temperature and “Heat On” shows solidly in the display. • Check the circuit breaker to be sure it is not tripped. • Check power switch at heating and/or cooling system to be sure it is on. • Check the furnace door to be sure it is closed securely. • Wait five minutes for the heating system to respond. • If all of this was checked, contact your local heating and cooling contractor. Cooling system • Set the system to Cool by pressing the does not turn System button. on. • Check the cool temperature setting to be sure it is set below the room temperature and “Cool On” shows solidly in the display. • Check the circuit breaker to be sure it is not tripped. • Check the power switch at the heating and/or cooling system to be sure it is on. • Check the furnace door to be sure it is closed securely. • Wait five minutes for the cooling system to respond. • If all of this was checked, contact your local heating and cooling contractor. 59 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 60 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Troubleshooting Tips (Cont) If . . . Then . . . Cannot set Check Installer Setup Number 0170, System setting Heating and/or Cooling System Type; make to Cool. sure the setting matches the installed heating and/or cooling system. “Heat On” is Set the System setting to Heat and set the not shown in temperature setting above the room the display. temperature. If “Heat On” is shown solidly in the display, but the heating system does not turn on, see “Heating system does not turn on” in the Troubleshooting Tips. “Cool On” is Set the System setting to Cool and set the not shown in temperature setting below the room the display. temperature. If “Cool On” is shown solidly in the display, but the cooling system does not turn on, see “Cooling system does not turn on” in the Troubleshooting Tips. “Wait” shows in Compressor minimum-off timer is active. the display. Wait up to five minutes for the cooling or heating system to turn on. Fan does not Check Installer Setup Number 0180, Fan turn on in a call Control in Heating, and make sure it is set for heat to Electric Heat. (electric fur- naces only). Heat pump Check Installer Setup Number 0190, Heat puts out cool Pump Changeover Valve, and make sure air in the heat the setting matches the changeover mode and required by the installed heat pump. warm air in the cool mode (heat pumps only). 69-1730 60 69-1730.fm Page 61 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Troubleshooting Tips (Cont) If . . . Then . . . Both the Check Installer Setup Number 0170, heating and Heating and/or Cooling System Type, and cooling make sure the setting matches the installed systems are heating and/or cooling system. running at the Check and make sure the bare portions of same time. the wires are not touching. Heating system Check Installer Setup Number 0170, is running in Heating and/or Cooling System Type, and cool mode. make sure the setting matches the installed heating and/or cooling system. Heating system Check Installer Setup Number 0170, does not turn Heating and/or Cooling System Type, and off and the heat make sure the setting matches the installed temperature heating and/or cooling system. setting is set below the room temperature (“Heat On” is not shown in display). Red LED is on A system monitor is wired to the thermostat in the upper left L terminal. See Heating or Cooling system corner and the does not turn on in the Troubleshooting Heat Pump is Tips. not working. 61 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 62 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Customer Assistance For assistance with your Honeywell product, please visit www.honeywell.com/yourhome or call Honeywell Customer Care toll free at 1-800-468-1502. 69-1730 62 69-1730.fm Page 63 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM 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 retailer 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 Return Goods Dock 4 MN10-3860 1885 Douglas Dr N Golden Valley, MN 55422 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. 63 69-1730 69-1730.fm Page 64 Tuesday, July 13, 2004 12:45 PM Limited One-Year Warranty (Cont) 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 Honeywell Customer Relations, 1985 Douglas Dr, Golden Valley, MN 55422 or call 1-800-468-1502. In Canada, write Retail Products ON15-02H, Honeywell Limited/Honeywell Limitée, 35 Dynamic Drive, Scarborough, Ontario M1V4Z9. Automation and Control Solutions Honeywell International Inc. Honeywell Limited-Honeywell Limitée 1985 Douglas Drive North 35 Dynamic Drive Golden Valley, MN 55422 Scarborough, Ontario M1V 4Z9 69-1730 G.H. 06-04 www.honeywell.com/yourhome

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