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    Honeywell rth7600d 7-Day programmable thermostat

    Honeywell rth7600d 7-Day programmable thermostat

    If you have a question about wiring, installing or trouble shooting the Honeywell RTH7600D programmable thermostat post your question in this thread. If you are installing a new Honeywell RTH7600D thermostat check our how to change a thermostat thread.

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    The Honeywell thermostat model RTH7600D is a programmable thermostat that can be setup with a different schedule for each day of the week and allow up to 4 schedules per day.


    Below are some of the features of the RTH7600D
    • Auto change from heat to cool (Use this feature in climates where both air conditioning and heating are used on the same day)
    • Filter-change reminder
    • Battery-powered or option to hard-wire (the battery power option will allow you to run this thermostat on a system that does not have a common wire ran to the thermostat)
    • Permanent day and time backup
    • Backlit Display
    • ONE-TOUCH TEMP CONTROL - You can override the program schedule at any time, and manually adjust the temperature
    • Smart Response Technology - This feature allows the thermostat to “learn” how long the furnace and air conditioner take to reach programmed temperature settings, so the temperature is reached at the time you set.


    * Does not work with electric baseboard heat (120-240V)
    *This thermostat works on 24 volt or 750 mV systems. It will NOT work on 120/240 Volt systems.
    *Honeywell technical support 1-800-468-1502



    Manuals
    Honeywell RTH7600D Installation Instructions
    Honeywell RTH7600D Operating Manual



    Honeywell RTH7600D wiring diagram for a 1 cool 1 heat system
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    Honeywell RTH7600D wiring diagram for a heat pump system
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    Hi there, I was wondering how I would go about hardwiring my Honeywell RTH7600D thermostat so that I didn't need to use the batteries?

    Thanks.

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    You need a C connection at the thermostat and the furnace/air handle unit.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Thermostat View Post
    Honeywell rth7600d 7-Day programmable thermostat

    If you have a question about wiring, installing or trouble shooting the Honeywell RTH7600D programmable thermostat post your question in this thread. If you are installing a new Honeywell RTH7600D thermostat check our how to change a thermostat thread.

    The Honeywell thermostat model RTH7600D is a programmable thermostat that can be setup with a different schedule for each day of the week and allow up to 4 schedules per day.


    Below are some of the features of the RTH7600D
    • Auto change from heat to cool (Use this feature in climates where both air conditioning and heating are used on the same day)
    • Filter-change reminder
    • Battery-powered or option to hard-wire (the battery power option will allow you to run this thermostat on a system that does not have a common wire ran to the thermostat)
    • Permanent day and time backup
    • Backlit Display
    • ONE-TOUCH TEMP CONTROL - You can override the program schedule at any time, and manually adjust the temperature
    • Smart Response Technology - This feature allows the thermostat to “learn” how long the furnace and air conditioner take to reach programmed temperature settings, so the temperature is reached at the time you set.


    * Does not work with electric baseboard heat (120-240V)
    *This thermostat works on 24 volt or 750 mV systems. It will NOT work on 120/240 Volt systems.
    *Honeywell technical support 1-800-468-1502

    Manuals
    Honeywell RTH7600D Installation Instructions
    Honeywell RTH7600D Operating Manual



    Honeywell RTH7600D wiring diagram for a 1 cool 1 heat system
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    Honeywell RTH7600D wiring diagram for a heat pump system
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    I am trying to wire up a Honeywell RTH7600D. Here is where wires are currently.

    Pink is to 0/W2/B

    Red is R

    Black is C

    Yellow is Y-Y2

    Green is G

    White is W/W1



    This is for a heat pump and AC unit.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cincinnati guy View Post
    I am trying to wire up a thermostat. Here is where wires are currently.

    Pink is to 0/W2/B

    Red is R

    Black is C

    Yellow is Y-Y2

    Green is G

    White is W/W1



    This is for a heat pump and AC unit.
    Pink to O/B
    Red to R
    Black to C
    Yellow to Y
    Green to G
    White to Aux

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    I bought an Honeywell RTH7600D thermostat stat for my 93 year old Mom with the intent of making her life easier by using the auto switch function between heat/cool. However, the manual says if the outside temp falls below 50 when using this function, damage to the compressor may occur. We live in Central Oregon where it is common to have differences of 40-50 degrees between day and nite temps in summer and early fall. It can be 90-100 during the day and fall to 40-50 at nite. Therefore, I did not enable the auto-switch function. BUT, I am confused as to why using this switch when the outside temp is below 50 would damage the compressor. Can anyone explain this? Thanks.


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