Honeywell Thermostat TL6120 User Manual

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TL6120 Guide Programmable Thermostat and day when the is displayed when the has been reset during power failure no in mode buttons button button button if the is configured a fan forced heater power no in mode button button button cover down Description TL6120 thermostat can be used to control an electric heating such as a baseboard heater a radiant floor a radiant ceiling convector a fan forced heater etc Clock and Day Setting clock must be set when TIME flashes on the screen Press the Use the Press the buttons to set the clock button to set the day button to exit and Automatic programmable mode use the Automatic mode press the button until is selected outlined on the screen The current number will appear this mode the thermostat automatically adjust its setpoint according to the period of the day up leave for work return home and sleep can program up to 4 periods in a day You can set 2 different one for the weekdays Monday to Friday and another one the weekend Saturday and Sunday The thermostat normally displays the actual measured temperature view the set temperature setpoint press either of the buttons once thermostat is preprogrammed with the following schedule to Friday Sunday Time Temperature Start Time Temperature 70 Wake Leave Return Sleep 70 62 70 62 62 temporarily override the current setpoint set the desired using the buttons The new setpoint will be used the beginning of the next period modify the schedule Press the Press the button until AUTO is selected button time you press the periods in the following order from left to right button the thermostat displays one of to Friday MO TU WE TH FR and Sunday SA SU Set the start time for the period using the and buttons To disactivate the period press the button Instead displaying the start time of the period the thermostat will dis During operation the thermostat will skip over that Set the temperature for the period using the Repeat steps 2 to 4 for the remaining periods Press the button to return the thermostat to normal display buttons 69 1904EF 1 16 06 1 2 Manual hold mode button until MAN is use this mode press the outlined on the screen Then set the desired using the this mode any modification to the temperature must be done manually buttons Economy mode use the economy mode press the button until is selected outlined on the screen This is ideal for weekend residences as it can be as follows The temperature is kept at an level during most of your absence and is to a comfortable level by your usual arrival If do not show up the temperature returns to the level until next weekend economy mode has two periods which should be set as follows Temperature Setting Time Setting to a comfortable to an economy a time where the temperature to rise to reach a comforta level by the time you arrive a time where the temperature to drop to an economy level you do not show up economy mode should be used as follows Place the thermostat in economy mode during your absence When you arrive place the thermostat in automatic mode or in mode before the temperature drops back to the level button until ECONO is selected button Period 1 is displayed When you leave switch the thermostat back to economy mode program the two periods of the economy mode Press the Press the Set the start day for the period using the Set the start time using the Set the temperature for the period using the Press Repeat steps 3 to 5 to set the day time and temperature for to select period 2 buttons buttons button and to return the thermostat to normal display 2 Press Power Outage a power outage the thermostat display remains lit for the first 15 minutes during which the LP low power appears The settings are saved in memory However if the failure exceeds 5 hours only the thermostat clock must be When power returns the thermostat returns to the mode operation preceding the power outage Troubleshooting is hot temperature is dis time is displayed does not change to the programmed normal display disappears reappears after a few min normal operation the thermostat housing reach a temperature between 35 95 40 104 that the sticker on the thermostat screen been removed If the thermostat is exposed to draft eliminate the draft thermostat was probably without power for than 5 hours that the thermostat is in automatic mode the schedule and clock settings thermal protection device on the heater might open This can happen if the heater is by furniture or curtains and has over Specifications 240 VAC 50 60 Hz load 500 W 2 A resistive only load 3000 W 12.5 A resistive only range 0 to 70 32 to 99 range 5 to 27 40 to 80 1 1 20 to 50 4 to 120 126 x 121 x 33 mm 5.0 x 4.8 x 1.3 inches c UL us Warranty warrants this product excluding battery to be free from defects in the or materials under normal use and service for a period of five 5 years the date of purchase by the consumer If at any time during the warranty period the is determined to be defective or malfunctions Honeywell shall repair or replace it Honeywell s option the product is defective it with a bill of sale or other dated proof of purchase to the place from which purchased it or Honeywell Customer Care at 1 800 468 1502 Customer Care will make the whether the product should be returned to the following address Return Goods Dock 4 MN10 3860 1885 Douglas Dr N Golden Valley 55422 or whether a replacement product can be sent to you ANY warranty does not cover removal or reinstallation costs This warranty shall not if it is shown by Honeywell that the defect or malfunction was caused by damage occurred while the product was in the possession of a consumer sole responsibility shall be to repair or replace the product within the terms above HONEYWELL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE OF KIND OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY FROM ANY BREACH OF ANY WARRANTY OR IMPLIED OR ANY OTHER FAILURE OF THIS PRODUCT Some states not allow the exclusion or limitation of incidental or consequential damages so this may not apply to you WARRANTY IS THE ONLY EXPRESS WARRANTY HONEYWELL MAKES ON PRODUCT THE DURATION OF ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES INCLUDING THE OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR HEREBY LIMITED TO THE FIVE YEAR DURATION OF THIS Some states do not allow limitations on how long an implied warranty lasts the above limitation may not apply to you warranty gives you specific legal rights and you may have other rights which vary state to state you have any questions concerning this warranty please write Honeywell Customer 1985 Douglas Dr Golden Valley MN 55422 or call 1 800 468 1502 In write Retail Products ON15 02H Honeywell Limited Honeywell Limit 35 Drive Scarborough Ontario M1V4Z9 Customer Assistance you have any questions about the operation of your thermostat please go to http or call Honeywell Customer Care toll free at 1 800 468 an ENERGY STAR partner Honeywell has that this product meets the ENERGY STAR for energy

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