Honeywell CT3200 manual

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    MagicSta t ® CT3200 Pr ogrammab le Thermos tat Installat ion and Progr amming Instr uctions We l c [...]

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    2 INSTALLATION 69-0 653-6 Installat ion V erify that y ou have the ri ght thermostat Mak e su re tha[...]

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    69-0653-6 INSTALLATI ON 3 Step 1. Prepare f or instal lation a. Careful ly unpac k your n ew t hermo[...]

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    4 INSTALLATION 69-0 653-6 Step 2. Remove the old ther mostat Fig . 2 Fig . 3 Fig . 4 WIRES THROUGH W[...]

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    69-0653-6 INSTALLATI ON 5 Step 3. Install the mounting plate Fig . 5 Fig . 6 Fig . 7 M20128 W R G R [...]

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    6 INSTALLATION 69-0 653-6 Step 4. Set the t hermostat for y our type of heating system a. Use the FU[...]

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    69-0653-6 INSTALLATI ON 7 Heat ing Syst em T ab le Note : Settin g the sc rew “ out one turn ” m[...]

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    8 INSTALLATION 69-0 653-6 Step 6. Mount the t hermostat Step 7. Inst all the batt eri es a. A lig n [...]

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    69-0653-6 INSTALLATI ON 9 Special wiring inst ructions A cloc k thermostat with C or C1 terminals A [...]

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    10 INSTALLATION 69-0 653-6 M20127 JUMPER (FACTORY- INSTALLED). REMOVE IF 5-WIRE SYSTEM R R c WY G Fi[...]

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    69-0653-6 PROGRAMMING 11 Fan Auto On System Cool Off Heat Set Schedule Set clock/Day Back Back Ahead[...]

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    12 PROGRAMMING 69-0653-6 Ste p 1. Se t the cu rr ent t im e an d day Step 2. Learn about the pr ogra[...]

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    69-0653-6 PROGRAMMING 13 Pr ogramming tips • Y ou do not need to progr am times and te mperatu res[...]

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    14 PROGRAMMING 69-0653-6 Step 3. Progr am the heating schedule a. Write in t he times and temp eratu[...]

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    69-0653-6 PROGRAMMING 15 Step 4. Progr am the cooling schedule a. Write in t he times and te mper at[...]

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    16 PROGRAMMING 69-0653-6 b . Set the Sy stem s witch to COOL. c. Re peat st eps 3c. t hrough 3k. to [...]

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    69-0653-6 OPERATION 17 Operation Chan g e th e clock for Daylig ht/S tand ard time a. P res s onc e.[...]

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    18 OPER ATION 69-0 653-6 Replace t he batt eries As the ba tteries run lo w , y our thermostat sho w[...]

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    69-0653-6 OPERATION 19 Override the pr ogram settings Note: Mak e sure the System s witch i s set to[...]

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    20 OPER ATION 69-0 653-6 Check the current programmed te mperature Pres s to displ a y the tem per a[...]

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    69-0653-6 FREQU ENTLY AS KED QUE STIONS 21 Frequentl y asked questions If... Then... Display will n [...]

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    22 FREQUE NTLY AS KED QUEST IONS 69-0653-6 Customer ass istance F or all questions c oncerning th is[...]

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    69-0653-6 FREQU ENTLY AS KED QUE STIONS 23 Limited warranty Honeywell w arrants this product, e xclu[...]

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    Home and Building Contr ol Honeywell 1985 D oug las Dr ive Nor th Golde n V alley , MN 554 22 69-065[...]