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    Place Bar Code Here 63-2652—01 T7351 Programmable Thermost at FOR CONVENTIONAL/HEAT PUMP SYSTEMS U[...]

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    63-2652—01 2 FEA TURES • T ypically used in bu ildings (includi ng: rest aurant s, shoppi ng mal[...]

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    3 63-2652 —01 SETTINGS Using Thermost at Keys The thermost at keys are used to: • set current ti[...]

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    63-2652—01 4 Setting System and Fan System default setting is Auto. The fan default is set so the [...]

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    5 63-2652 —01 PROGRAMMING The thermostat operates at the Occup ied temperature setting unless the [...]

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    63-2652—01 6 T able 2. Occupied and Not Occupied Period Start T im es. NOTE: 12:00 PM is n oon, an[...]

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    7 63-2652 —01 Fig. 1. Thermost at key loca tions. When using the keypad to change the day/time: 1.[...]

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    63-2652—01 8 NOTE: T apping Set Time changes the time in one hour increments. 4. Press Run Schedul[...]

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    9 63-2652 —01 7. Repeat steps 2 through 6 for all the days desired. 8. Press Run Schedule . Cleari[...]

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    63-2652—01 10 5. Press Not Occupied Heat . 6. Press up S or down T until the desired temperature i[...]

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    1 1 63-2652—01 Using T emporary Occupied Override The T emporary Occupied Override can be used whe[...]

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    Automation and Co ntrol Solutions Honeywell International Inc. 1985 Douglas Drive North Golden Valle[...]