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Step 2 – Installation


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Install Your HōlHōm


Install the Mounting Bracket on the WallHolHom Mounting

  1. Use a large flathead screwdriver or large coin to lift up the snap-fit tab located on top of the mounting bracket until the HōlHōm is free to pull out.
  2. Pull the top end of HōlHōm away from the mounting bracket until it is free of the snap-fit tab. Then lift HōlHōm free of the mounting bracket.
  3. If installing in a new location, mount the thermostat at 5 feet (1.5m) above the floor on an interior wall in the main living room. Avoid locations with drafts, dead spots behind doors, hot or cold air ducts, sunlight or radiant heat from appliances, concealed pipes or chimneys, and unconditioned areas.
  4. Level the mounting bracket on the wall and mark screw holes with a pencil.
  5. If mounting on drywall, drill 3/16 inch holes for the plastic anchors.
  6. Ensure the mounting bracket is flat to the wall, do not over tighten the screws – this will cause the mounting bracket to bend.

Connect the Wires

Check your HVAC system manual to determine if you have a conventional furnace and air conditioning system or a Heat Pump.  Heat Pumps will usually have a wire labeled “O/B” or “O” or “B” for the reversing valve.
 

Wiring for Conventional Furnace and/or Air Conditioner
Old Thermostat Label Possible Alternative Label   Description Connect to Energate Label
R Power source (24 Vac) usually red R
Rh and Rc R and Rc If connected together at thermostat (see Power Wire Note) R
If not connected together (see Power Wire Note) Use EZwire
C X Common wire (ground) usually blue, black or brown C
B York, Trane, GE sometimes use B as common wire (see Common Wire Note)
No common wire (see Common Wire Note) Use EZwire
G F Fan usually green G
W or W1 W/E, W/Aux 1st Stage of Heat usually white W1 (E)
Y or Y1 1st stage of Cool usually yellow Y1
W2 2nd Stage of Heat (only if 2 stage system) W2 (O/B)
Y2 2nd stage of Cool (only if stage system) Y2
Various Filter Fault indicator (optional, consult your manual) FILTER


 
Wiring for Heat Pump (with or without Auxiliary Heat)

Old Thermostat Label Possible Alternative Label   Description Connect to Energate Label
R Power source (24 Vac) usually red R
Rh and Rc R and Rc If connected together at thermostat (see Power Wire Note) R
If not connected together (see Power Wire Note) Use EZwire
C X Common wire (ground) usually blue, black or brown C
B York, Trane, GE sometimes use B as common wire (see Common Wire Note)
No common wire (see Common Wire Note) Use EZwire
G F Fan usually Green G
E or Aux W/E, W/Aux, Aux/E 1st Stage of auxiliary or emergency heat W1 (E)
Y or Y1 1st stage of Heat Pump usually yellow Y1
Y2 2nd stage of Heat Pump (only if 2 stage system) Y2
O/B O or B Reversing valve usually Orange or Blue. “O” is usually on in cool, B is usually on in heat W2 (O/B)
L Heat Pump Service Indicator (optional) Fault
S1 & S2  RS1 & RS2  OAT & OATC  ODT & ODT  OAS & OAS 2-Wire Outdoor Temperature Sensor (optional) RS Sig &

RS Ret

Various Filter Fault indicator (optional, consult your manual) FILTER


 

Power Wire Note
Rh and Rc Wires
  • Some systems have and Rh (h for heat) and Rc (c for cool).
  • If you have a separate Rh and Rc, check if they are connected together at the thermostat. If they are, you can connect them both to the R wire on the HōlHōm.
  • If they are not connected together at the thermostat, go to your HVAC system and see if they are connected together there. If they are, you can just connect one to the R wire and tape the other one off and leave it unused or possibly use it if you are missing a common wire (see Common Wire Note below).
  • If the Rh and Rc are not connected together, then you need to use an EZwire auxiliary switch as long as you don’t have a W2 wire (2nd stage heating). See the EZwire document for how to connect it: EZwire Dual Transformer Installation.
    • If you have Rh and Rc not connected together and a W2 wire, it is not compatible.


 

Common Wire Note
X Wire
  • Some systems use “X” to label their common wire instead of “C”, but in some Heat Pumps this is for Auxiliary or Emergency heat and in some systems this is used for the Heat Pump Fault indicator. Check your HVAC system manual to confirm.
B Wire
  • If you have no “C” wire, check to see if you have a “B” wire. York, Trane, GE and Weathertron sometimes use “B” as common wire.  If you have a heat pump with both a “B” and an “O” wire “B” is likely the common wire.
  • However, if you have a heat pump, Rheem-Ruud, Weatherking and Coleman sometimes use “B” for the reversing valve (on in heat mode). If you have a heat pump with “B” and no “O” wire, then “B” is likely the reversing valve.
  • Check your HVAC system manual to confirm.
No Common Wire

Mechanical thermostats and programmable thermostats that run on batteries do not need a common wire so you may not have one.  Here are your options in this case.

  1. You can use Energate’s EZwire auxiliary switch to replace the common wire. See the EZwire document for instructions on how to connect it: EZwire Missing Common Wire Installation.   Note, you can use the same EZwire to replace a common wire and handle two transformers (Rh and Rc wires), you do not need two EZwires.
  2. If you have a spare wire that is not being used, you can use it as the common wire. You will need to go to your HVAC equipment and open it up and connect the spare wire to the “C” or common terminal at the equipment, then connect it to “C” on the HōlHōm.  For example, if you have both Rh and Rc connected together, you can use one of them for the common wire.
  3. You can also run an additional wire through the walls from your HVAC equipment to the thermostat to use as a common wire.


 

Unsupported Wires

The following wires are not supported by HōlHōms.  You still may be able to use the HōlHōm if these functions can be run independently of the thermostat.  Consult your HVAC manual for more information.

Non-Compatible Wire Functions Common Wire Labels
3rd stage of heating or Cooling W3, Y3
2nd stage of Auxiliary or Emergency Heat X2, E2, AUX2
Dehumidifier D,DH, DHUM, DEHUM
Dehumidifier 2nd stage D2, DH2, DHUM2, DEHUM2
Humidifier H, H1, HUM, HUM1
Humidifier 2nd stage H2, HUM2
Other relays A1, A2, A3, U1, U2, U3, *
Multi-speed or Variable speed Fan G1, G2, G3, VG
Miscellaneous A, K, P, T
Proprietary Controls 1,2,3,4
3 wire outdoor temperature sensor S, S+, S-


 
 

Other Wire Labels

Some HVAC systems use labels other than the ones shown here.  Consult your HVAC system manual to be sure what function the wires are performing before connecting them.


Attach your HōlHōm

  1. Remove the clear plastic battery tab from the HōlHōm.
  2. Place the bottom of the HōlHōm on the mounting bracket and snap the top into the snap-fit tab until it clicks into place. Ensure both the top and bottom tabs are secure.
    1. Be sure to only press on the outside (white) plastic frame when snapping into place.
    2. Do not press on the middle of the thermostat or the LCD screen or you may damage it.


Configure your HōlHōm


Your Hōlhōm Buttons

HolHom Buttons

Button Button Name Functions
 Home Button Home
  • Switches between the Thermostat and the Energy mode home screens.
  • Exits and cancels any changes within a menu, and returns to the last visited home screen.
  • Wakes up the unit.
 Select Button Menu/Select ButtonSelect_sm
  • Displays a menu.
  • Selects the highlighted item.
  • Navigates to the next step in a wizard.Confirms messages.
  • Wakes up the unit.
  ButtonUpButtonDown Up ButtonUp_sm  and ButtonDown_sm  Down
  • In the Thermostat mode, adjusts the target temperature.
  • In the Energy mode, adjusts conservation settings.
  • Moves the highlighted selection in a menu.
  • Wakes up the unit.


Steps to Configure your HōlHōm

Follow the steps below to change the equipment settings to match your HVAC equipment.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to wake up the thermostat, and press it again to display the main menu.
  2. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the SETTINGS menu, and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  3. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the INSTALLER SETUP menu, and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  4. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to select the EQUIPMENT SETTINGS menu.
  5. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to choose your equipment settings and the ButtonSelect_sm button to move to the next screen.  Consult the conventional and heat pump tables below to determine which settings apply to your system.
  6. Use the ButtonUp_sm button to highlight YES and the ButtonSelect_sm button to save the changes
  7. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons and the ButtonSelect_sm button to enter the installer password “INST” to validate the changes.

Congratulations, you have successfully configured your HōlHōm!

 

Conventional System Equipment Settings
Setting Description
EQUIPMENT TYPE Select CONVENTIONAL (default value).
# OF COOL STAGES Select the number of cool stages for your equipment from 0 to 2.

  • 0 is for no AC.
  • 1 for single stage AC (default)
  • 2 for 2 stage AC
# OF HEAT STAGES Select the number of heat stages for your equipment from 0 to 2.

  • 0 is for no furnace.
  • 1 for single stage furnace (default)
  • 2 for 2 stage furnace
MINIMUM ON/OFF TIME FOR HEATING Select the minimum amount of time the heat can be on or off.  The range is from 1 to 6 minutes and the default is 3.

Note: A minimum of 2 minutes is recommended for a furnace.

MAXIMUM HEAT CYCLES PER HOUR Select the maximum number of times the heat can come on per hour.  The range is from 1 to 12 cycles per hour and the default is 6.
MINIMUM ON/OFF TIME FOR COOLING Select the minimum amount of time the cool can be on or off.  The range is from 1 to 6 minutes and the default is 4.

Note: A minimum of 3 minutes is recommended for air conditioners.

MAXIMUM COOL CYCLES PER HOUR Select the maximum number of times the cool can come on per hour.  The range is from 1 to 12 cycles per hour and the default is 4.
FAN ON IN HEAT Set to YES if the thermostat controls the fan (common in electric furnaces).Set to NO if the furnace controls the fan (common in gas furnaces).  The default is Yes.
HYSTERESIS Select the number of degrees that the temperature must go beyond a setpoint before changing between HEAT and COOL when in AUTO mode.

The range is 0 °F (0 °C) to 6 °F (3 °C).  The default is 2 °F (1 °C).

ANTICIPATION TIME Select the amount of time the thermostat will engage the equipment to reach the setpoint temperature before the scheduled setpoint time.

Set the Anticipation Time to 0 if you do not want the equipment to turn on before the scheduled time.  The range is from 0 to 180 minutes.  The default is 60 minutes.

MAX RECOVERY TIME For multiple-stage equipment.  Select the amount of time the thermostat will allow the equipment to reach the desired temperature in the current stage before engaging the next heating or cooling stage.

The range is 0 to 180 minutes.  The default is 90 minutes.


 

Heat Pump Equipment Settings
Setting Description
TYPE Select HEAT PUMP.
REVERSING VALVE Select whether the reversing valve is on in cool or on in heat. The default is ON IN COOL. If you have an “O” wire, it is usually ON IN COOL, if you have a “B” wire, it is usually ON IN HEAT. If you have an “O/B” wire, check your equipment manual.
# OF COOL STAGES Select the number of cool stages for your heat pump:

  • 1 for single stage heat pump (default)
  • 2 for 2 stage heat pump
# OF HEAT STAGES Select the number of heat stages for your heat pump and auxiliary heat:

  • 1 for single stage heat pump with no auxiliary heat
  • 2 for 1 stage heat pump plus auxiliary heat
  • 2 stage heat pump with no auxiliary heat
  • 3 for 2 stage heat pump with auxiliary heat
AUXILIARY HEAT MINIMUM ON/OFF TIME Select the minimum amount of time the auxiliary heat can be on or off. The range is from 1 to 6 minutes and the default is 3.

Note: A minimum of 2 minutes is recommended for an Auxiliary heater.

MAXIMUM AUX HEAT CYCLES PER HOUR Select the maximum number of times the auxiliary heat can come on per hour.  The range is from 1 to 12 cycles per hour and the default is 6.
HEAT PUMP MINIMUM ON/OFF TIME Select the minimum amount of time the heat pump can be on or off.  The range is from 1 to 6 minutes and the default is 4.

Note: A minimum of 3 minutes is recommended for a heat pump.

MAX HEAT PUMP CYCLES PER HOUR Select the maximum number of times the heat pump can come on per hour.  The range is from 1 to 12 cycles per hour and the default is 4.
HYSTERESIS Select the number of degrees that the temperature must go beyond a setpoint before changing between HEAT and COOL when in AUTO mode.

The range is 0 °F (0 °C) to 6 °F (3 °C).  The default is 2 °F (1 °C).

ALLOW
HEAT PUMP AND AUX HEAT AT SAME TIME
Set to YES if the heat pump and auxiliary heat can be on at the same time (common with auxiliary electric heat). The default is Yes.

Set to NO if the heat pump should be off when the auxiliary heat is on (common with fossil fuel auxiliary heat). Check your manual to confirm.

BALANCE POINTS Balance points only apply to a Heat Pump with an outdoor temperature sensor.

HIGH: Set to the temperature above which the auxiliary heat is disabled. The range is from -38°F (-39°C) to 122°F (50°C). A typical value is 50°F (10°C).

LOW: Set to the temperature below which the heat pump is disabled. The range is from -40°F (-40°C) to 120°F (49°C). A typical value is 32°F (0°C).

Default values are High: 122°F (50°C) and Low: -40°F (-40°C).

ANTICIPATION TIME Select the amount of time the thermostat will engage the equipment to reach the setpoint temperature before the scheduled setpoint time.

Set the Anticipation Time to 0 if you do not want the equipment to turn on before the scheduled time. The range is from 0 to 180 minutes.  The default is 60 minutes.

MAXIMUM RECOVERY TIME For multiple-stage equipment.  Select the amount of time the thermostat will allow the equipment to reach the desired temperature in the current stage before engaging the next heating or cooling stage.

The range is 0 to 180 minutes. The default is 90 minutes.


 


Test your HōlHōm


Thermostat Home Screen

HolHom Home Screen


Verify your Fan

Follow the steps below to turn on the fan.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to wake up the thermostat, and press it again to display the main menu.
  2. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the MODE & FAN SETTINGS menu and then press the ü button.
  3. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to select HEAT for the mode and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  4. Use the p or q buttons to select ON for the fan and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  5. You will see the fan icon animate to indicate the thermostat is calling for the fan.
  6. Verify the fan is running and blowing air through the vents.

Verify your Heating

Follow the steps below to change the mode to HEAT and set the temperature to test the heating stages.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to wake up the thermostat, and press it again to display the main menu.
  2. Use the q button to highlight the MODE & FAN SETTINGS menu and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  3. Use the ButtonDown_sm or ButtonUp_sm buttons to select HEAT for the mode and then press the ButtonSelect_smbutton.
  4. Use the ButtonDown_sm or ButtonUp_sm buttons to select AUTO for the fan and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  5. From the home screen, press the p button until the target temperature is 2° above the current indoor temperature.  This will engage the first stage of heating.  You will see the flame animate to indicate the thermostat is calling for heat.
  6. Verify that within 1 minute you feel the fan come on and blow hot air through the vents.
  7. If you have 2 stages of heating, press the p button until the target temperature is 2° above the current target.  This will engage the second stage of heating (the mode will show HEAT 2).  Verify that the 2nd stage of heat is on.
  8. If you have a 2 stage heat pump with auxiliary heat, press the ButtonUp_sm button until the target temperature is 2° above the current target.  This will engage the auxiliary heat (the mode will show HEAT 3).  Verify that the auxiliary heat is on.

Verify your Cooling

Follow the steps below to change the mode to COOL and set the temperature to test the cooling stages.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to wake up the thermostat, and press it again to display the main menu.
  2. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the MODE & FAN SETTINGS menu and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  3. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to select COOL for the mode and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  4. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to select AUTO for the fan and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  5. From the home screen, press the ButtonDown_sm button until the target temperature is 2° below the current indoor temperature.  This will the first stage of cooling.  You will see the snowflake animate to indicate the thermostat is calling for cool.
  6.  Verify that within 1 minute you feel the fan come on and blow cool air through the vents.
  7. If you have 2 stages of cooling, press the ButtonDown_sm button until the target temperature is 2° below the current target.  This will engage the second stage of cooling (the mode will show COOL2).  Verify that the 2nd stage cool is on.

Congratulations, you have verified your HōlHōm is working!


Use your HōlHōm


Set your Mode and Fan

The following equipment mode settings are available on the thermostat.

Mode Description
OFF Heating and cooling systems are off. The fan may still run for home ventilation. You cannot adjust the temperature from the home screen using the Up ButtonUp_sm or Down ButtonUp_sm buttons.
COOL The thermostat is controlling only the cooling system, which runs as needed to bring the home to the target cool temperature.  Available only if you have cooling equipment.
HEAT The thermostat is controlling only the heating system, which runs as needed to bring the home to the target heat temperature.  Available only if you have heating equipment.
AUTO The thermostat automatically selects heating or cooling, to bring the indoor home temperature to the target temperature.  Available only if you have both heating and cooling equipment.
EMERGENCY HEAT The thermostat controls only the emergency (auxiliary) heat, which locks out the heat pump’s compressor. Use this setting when you want to use auxiliary heat only.  Available only for heat pumps with auxiliary heat.

 

The following fan settings are available on the thermostat.

Fan Description
AUTO The fan runs only when the heating or cooling systems are running.
ON The fan runs continuously, even when the thermostat mode is set to OFF.  This is commonly used to circulate fresh air through the home.

 

Follow the steps below to set the thermostat and fan settings to the ones you want to use from the above lists.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to wake up the thermostat, and press it again to display the main menu.
  2. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the MODE & FAN SETTINGS menu and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  3. Use the p or q buttons to select the equipment mode you want to use and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  4. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to select the fan setting you want and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.

Set your Temperature

You can quickly and easily set the temperature by using the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm  buttons from the home screen.

  • If you are too hot, press the ButtonDown_sm button to change the temperature to a cooler one.
  • If you are too cold, press the ButtonUp_sm button to change the temperature to a warmer one.

Make sure you have the mode set to the right setting when adjusting the temperature.  If you want to engage the cooling equipment, make sure it is in COOL mode.  If you want it to engage the heating equipment, make sure it is in HEAT mode.


Set the Time

Follow the steps below to set the time and date on the thermostat.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to wake up the thermostat, and press it again to display the main menu.
  2. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the SETTINGS menu and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  3. Use the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight the USER OPTIONS menu and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  4. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to skip the filter reminder (or use the p or q buttons to set one).
  5. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to change the hour then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  6. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to change the minutes and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  7. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to select AM or PM then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  8. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to change the month then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  9. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to change the day then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  10. Use the ButtonUp_sm or ButtonDown_sm buttons to change the year then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  11. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to save the changes.

Advanced Features

Your HōlHōm supports many advanced features including:

  • Scheduling
  • Temperature holds
  • Electricity Usage
  • Electricity Price Response

Please refer to the complete user guide for more information: HōlHōm User Guide.


Troubleshooting

Thermostat Problems
Problem Recommended Actions
Fan does not come on when fan icon is spinning Make sure the “G” wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.
No fan in heat mode on conventional system Check the equipment setting for the “fan on in heat” value to make sure it is set to “Yes” to match your HVAC equipment.
No 1st stage heat when flame is animated If it’s a conventional system, make sure the W1 wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.If it’s a heat pump, make sure the Y1 wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.
No 2nd stage heat when mode is HEAT2 and flame is animated If it’s a conventional system, make sure the W2 wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.If it’s a heat pump, make sure the Y2 wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.
No auxiliary heat for Heat Pump Make sure the auxiliary heat is securely connected to the “W1 (E)” wire.
No 1st stage cool when snowflake is animated Make sure the Y1 wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.
No 2nd stage cool when mode is COOL2 and snowflake is animated Make sure the Y2 wire is securely connected to both the thermostat and HVAC equipment.
Heat instead of cool or cool instead of heat Your equipment settings or wiring may not be correct.

  1. Make sure you have selected the right type of system to match your HVAC equipment – Heat Pump or Conventional.
  2. If you have a heat pump, check the equipment setting for the reversing valve to make sure it is correct as “on in heat” or “on in cool” to match your HVAC equipment.
  3. If you have a conventional system check the wiring to make sure you have not reversed the “W1” and “Y1” wires
Blank screen There is no power to the thermostat.

  1. Make sure the breaker is on.
  2. Check the “R” and “C” wires are securely connected to the thermostat.
  3. Check the “R” and “C” wires are securely connected to the HVAC equipment and the “C” wire is connected to common.
  4. If using EZWire, make sure all connections are secure.
No outdoor temperature on display, but outdoor temperature sensor is connected Check the RS SIG and RS RET wires are connected securely.

  1. If outdoor temperature does not show on thermostat, it is not compatible.
  2. Disconnect or replace outside thermistor with 10 kOhm thermistor (for example Aprilaire 8052).


 

Thermostat Error Messages
Error Message       Recommended Actions
Output short circuit The thermostat has detected a short circuit in the wiring.

  1. Remove the thermostat from the mounting bracket and make sure none of the wires are touching each other.
  2. Check the wiring at the HVAC equipment to make sure no wires are touching each other.
  3. If using EZWire, make sure you did not use a regular wire between “G” and “C” instead of the special jumper that was provided.

Your equipment will not run when there is a short circuit.

Brown out fault The power supply has dropped below 16 Volts AC.

  1. Check the “R” and “C” wires are securely connected to the thermostat and to the HVAC equipment.
  2. You may have a problem with your transformer or HVAC equipment and should call an HVAC technician

Your equipment will not run when there is a brown out fault.

Configuration error The thermostat has found some corruption in its memory.

  1.  Navigate to Settings, Installer Setup, Reset, Thermostat Reset to reset your thermostat.
  2. You will need to configure your Equipment Settings and any user settings again

If this does not resolve the issue, report the problem to support.

Heat pump fault The heat pump fault line is active.

  1. Check your heat pump to see if there is a fault and if so contact your HVAC service technician.
  2.  If Heat pump fault shows on thermostat when there is no fault on the Heat Pump then disconnect it because it is not compatible. Your heat pump will not run when there is a heat pump fault.


 

Thermostat Warning Messages

Warning Message Recommended Actions
Low battery The battery is below 10% of capacity.

  1. Make sure the clear plastic battery tab has been removed.
  2. Replace the battery with a CR-2302, you will not lose your settings.

Your equipment will continue to run normally when there is a low battery warning.

Filter fault detected The filter fault line is active.

  1. Check your HVAC equipment to see if there is a filter fault and if so replace the filter.
  2. If Filter fault shows on the thermostat when there is no fault at the HVAC equipment then disconnect it because it is not compatible.

Your equipment will continue to run normally when there is a filter fault warning.

Please change filter The scheduled filter reminder has triggered.

  1. Press the ButtonSelect_sm button to acknowledge the full-screen air filter message and return to the home screen. The air filter message appears in the status line.
  2. After you change the air filter on your furnace, press the ButtonSelect_sm button.
  3. Press the ButtonDown_sm button to highlight YES, and then press the ButtonSelect_sm button.

Your equipment will continue to run normally when there is a change filter warning.

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