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    Hunter 44132 universal programmable 5-2 thermostat

    If you have a question or comment about the Hunter 44132 thermostat register and reply to this thread. If you are installing a new Hunter 44132 thermostat check our how to change a thermostat thread

    The Hunter 44132 is 5-2 thermostat. A 5-2 thermostat has two programs. One program for weekdays (Monday through Friday) and weekends (Saturday and Sunday). The two programs can be set to three modes Home, away and asleep. The Hunter 44132 come pre setup with the following default programs.



    Day Away Asleep Home
    Weekday Start time: 8:00am
    End time: 6:00pm
    Heat setpoint: 63 F
    Cool setpoint: 82 F
    Start time: 10:00pm
    End time: 6:00am
    Heat setpoint: 67 F
    Cool setpoint: 76 F
    Heat setpoint: 71 F
    Cool setpoint: 74 F
    Weekend Start time: 8:00am
    End time: 6:00pm
    Heat setpoint: 63 F
    Cool setpoint: 82 F
    Start time: 10:00pm
    End time: 6:00am
    Heat setpoint: 67 F
    Cool setpoint: 76 F
    Heat setpoint: 71 F
    Cool setpoint: 74 F

    The Home schedule automatically calculates the remaining times from Away and Asleep and assigns them the Home temperature.


    Hunter 44132 additional feature:

    • 25% Fewer programming steps than competitors
    • All-purpose screws - no anchors or drilling required
    • Built-in Level
    • Filter change indicator
    • Installs in 5 minutes or less
    • Permanent memory for settings
    • Permanent override
    • Programmable
    • Save Away one-touch override
    • Screwless, color coded wire terminals




    The hunter 44132 is compatible with:

    • Air conditioning
    • Up to 2 stage Heat/2 stage Cool systems
    • Gas, electric and oil furnaces
    • Gas and oil fired boilers
    • AC or battery power
    • Most 24 Volt and Millivolt systems
    • 2 and 3 wire hot water/radiator systems
    • Single and two stage heat pumps with auxillary heat
    • Not for use with 110 or 220V Electric baseboard heat


    Manual
    hunterfan.com/uploadedFiles/Support/Owners_Manuals_and_Parts_Guide/44067(1).pdf


    Hunter technical support 1-888-830-1326

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    Okay, I've got the 44133 which I think is just the newer model of the same thing.

    No matter how many times I read the set up instructions and watch programming videos my thermostat gets things jacked up. It seems to flip the programming I input so that when it should read home it reads as away or has sleep at the wring times etc.

    Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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    Hunter technical support 1-888-830-1326 or replace it with a Honeywell.......

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    Thanks! I got this one for $10 at Menards so I don't really want to buy another one. Will try 1 800. Thanks form a fellow Hoosier. Used to live in Anderson, now in Indianapolis.

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    Yep, there is usually a reason why thermostats are so cheap.... A quality thermostat is usually at least $50, IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvactechfw View Post
    Yep, there is usually a reason why thermostats are so cheap.... A quality thermostat is usually at least $50, IMO
    Most thermostats that require batteries to operate are junk IMHO. A quality thermostat has the capability work without batteries, most do cost more than $50.

    Homeowner just had a new system installed which included a new thermostat.

    Contractor: Your new thermostat will require an annual battery replacement
    Homeowner: Why? My old thermostat worked for years without batteries. Isn't there power at thermostat from the system?
    Contractor: Yes, there is power running to the thermostat, but I was too cheap/lazy to install a thermostat that could run off of the 24V.

    When did it become acceptable for homeowners to change batteries for something that is operated on AC power?

 

 

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