Most of us know the irritation of coming home to an extra hot or cold house only to find out that somebody has messed with the thermostat again.
Honeywell programmable touch screen thermostats ensure you are never “surprised” by the thermostat being changed again.
They also give you the advantage of being able to schedule when your heat and air comes on or stays off.
A great advantage for saving energy while you are at work or on vacation.
If you ever need a factory reset,
Resetting your Honeywell touch screen is a simple process.
But be warned “Factory reset” completely wiped all your previous setting including your WiFi password.
Honeywell Touchscreen Thermostat Reset Instructions
Menu- Preferences -Restore Defaults
Step 1. Press Menu -Located in the right hand top corner. Then use the up and down arrows to scroll down to “preferences”
Step 2. Press “Preferences”. Use the up and down arrows to scroll down to “Restore Factory Defaults”
Step 3. Press ” Restore Factory Defaults”
This will more than likely bring up a dialog box that ask you to confirm that you want to return all your settings to factory default.
Step 4. Press Yes.
You should see a message across the screen saying “Restoring factory default settings”
After about 10 seconds, the screen will go dark and the Honeywell logo will appear.
Step 5. As the thermostat resets a “please wait” message will appear on the screen.
Step 6. When you see a message asking you for your Wi-Fi details, your Honeywell touch screen thermostat has reset to factory and is ready to be freshly programmed.
Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Reset (non-touchscreen)
Step 1. Turn the thermostat off
Step 2. Look at your breaker box and flip the breaker that controls the thermostat to the off position.
Step 3. Remove the batteries
If you have the type of thermostat that has to be removed from the wall first to get the batteries out, remove the thermostat first
The easiest way to get it off the wall is to remove the batteries and hold the back plate against the wall through the battery compartment while you pull the front cover off with the other hand.
Step 4. Reinsert the batteries backwards so that the positive terminal on the battery is lined up with the negative terminal on the thermostat. Leave the batteries in for a few seconds, up to 7.
Take the batteries back out and put them in the right way this time.
The display should come back on at this point.
The thermostat is now freshly reset to factory.