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THERMOSTAT
THM101A
OWNER’S
MANUAL
FEATURES
Read and understand this
manual before installation or
use.
Easy-to-read LCD display
Easy-to-set temperature
settings
Heat–OFF–Cool and fan
auto-on switch
This thermostat can replace common residential thermostats and it is
designed for use with most electric, oil or gas heating and air conditioning
systems that use low voltage control.
Note: 2 x “AA batteries are required for operation. Ensure batteries are installed.
INSTALLATION
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Approximately 5’ (1.5 m) from the floor.
This thermostat should be mounted:
CHOOSING A LOCATION FOR A NEW THERMOSTAT
Near or in a frequently occupied room, preferably on an inside partitioning wall.
On a section of the wall pipes or duct-work.without
Near a window, on an outside wall, or next to a door leading outside.
This thermostat should NOT be mounted:
Exposed to direct light or heat from the sun, lamp, fireplace, or other heat radiating
objects which may cause false readings.
Near or in a direct airflow from supply registers and return-air grilles.
Near concealed pipes and chimneys.
In areas of poor air circulation, such as behind a door or in an alcove.
System Type
Gas - Standing Pilot
Gas - Electronic Ignition
Gas - Fire Boiler
Gas - Millivolt System
Oil - Fire Boiler
Oil - Fire Furnace
Electric Furnace
Electric Air Conditioner
Baseboard Electric Heater (120/240 V)
Heat Pump/Multi-stage equipment
Compatible with thermostat
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Yes
Some models
Some models
No
No
Yes
COMPATIBILITY
Generally, equipment with control is compatible with the thermostat. For details
on compatibility of your particular equipment, please call technical support at 1-888-468-6876.
low voltage
* NOT COMPATIBLE WITH ANY 120/240 V CIRCUIT.
INSTALLATION
The following tools may be required for installation:
( ) screwdriver
Masking tape (To wrap the exposed wires temporarily and labeling the disconnected wires)
Wire stripper/cutter (If necessary, to strip wires)
Power drill with a 3/16” bit (If necessary, to drill holes on the wall)
Level (If necessary, to level the thermostat)
INSTALLATION
REPLACING OLD THERMOSTAT
TURN OFF POWER to system at the furnace, or at the fuse/circuit breaker panel.
Carefully unpack your new thermostat and mounting plate; save package of screws,
instructions and receipt.
Remove cover from old thermostat. If it does not snap off when pulled firmly from the
bottom, check for a screw used to secure the cover.
Loosen screws holding thermostat to the wall and lift away the thermostat.
Disconnect wires from old thermostat or sub-base. As you disconnect each wire, use
masking tape to label it with the old terminal designation. If there are only two wires,
they don't need to be labeled.
If there is an extra wire that is not connected to your old thermostat, then you won't
need to connect it to the new thermostat.
After choosing a location for the new thermostat, you may arrange to have a
heating contractor install the control wiring for you.
Do not operate the cooling system when outside temperature is below 10
(50 ) to avoid damaging the compressor.
°C
°F
*
Test the system to make sure that your heating and cooling systems are working
properly before installation. If either does not work, contact a local heating/air
conditioning service person to fix the problem before installation.
Take care not to let the wires fall back into the wall or let the ends of the wires touch
one another.
The wires are usually designated 'W', 'Y', 'G', 'R’
INSTALLATION
BATTERY INSTALLATION
2 “AA size batteries are required for operation. The battery symbol ( ) will flash when the
batteries are low. It is recommended that the batteries be replaced at least once a year.
Remove the back cover from the thermostat.
Insert the 2 “AA size batteries into the battery compartment following the correct
polarity as marked.
Immediately following the battery installation, the thermostat will enter the °C/°F
selection mode. The current temperature will appear with the temperature scale
(in °C) flashing.
SELECTING THE DISPLAY IN C or F°°
Re-attach the back cover.
NOTE: To select the temperature display format in °C or °F, it must be done immediately
following the battery installation.
Turn the dial left or right to select the desired temperature scale (in °C or °F).
Otherwise, if no choice is made within 12 seconds, °C will automatically be
selected, and the thermostat will go to its operation mode.
NOTE: Selecting the °C or °F display is a one-time process. Therefore, if you wish to
change it at a later time, you will need to reset the thermostat by pressing the
RESET key above the battery compartment and select °C or °F using the dial.
Attach the thermostat body to the back cover (that is already installed on the wall) by
carefully aligning the two pieces and firmly snapping the 4 latches at the back of the
thermostat.
ATTACHING THE THERMOSTAT TO THE BACK COVER
DISPLAY / CONTROLS
controls
CONTROL DIAL
TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
CURRENT TEMPERATURE MODE
LCD display
TEMPERATURE SETTING MODE
1
2
1
2
HEAT OR COOL MODE
SYSTEM “ON” INDICATOR
3
4
5
6
OPERATION
“HEAT–OFF–COOL” SWITCH
OFF position:
- If the switch is to the OFF position, both the heating and cooling system controls will be
turned OFF.
If the heating or cooling system is turned ON, the “ON” icon will appear and
continue to flash.
HEAT position:
- Slide the switch to the HEAT position to control the heating system.
- The “ ” icon will light up when the switch is on the HEAT position.HEAT
COOL position:
- Slide the switch to the COOL position to control the cooling system.
- The “ ” icon will light up when the switch is on the COOL position.COOL
FAN ON/AUTO SWITCH
For automatic control of the fan, set the FAN ON/AUTO switch to the AUTO position.
In cooling, the fan starts/stops with the cooling equipment. In heating, the fan is
controlled by the heating equipment and usually starts a few minutes after the
heating equipment turns on.
To turn on the fan manually, set the FAN ON/AUTO switch to the ON position. The fan
will run continuously to improve air ventilation. To return to automatic control, set the
switch to the AUTO position.
OPERATION
CURRENT TEMPERATURE DISPLAY
The current room temperature is normally displayed
on the LCD screen. The ” icon is lit when the
current room temperature is displayed.
The displayed temperature range is from 0°C to 60°C
(32°F to 140°F). Beyond this, the display will show
either “HI” or “LO”.
The resolution of the detected temperature is 0.1°.
VIEWING THE SET TEMPERATURE
DISPLAY AUTO-RETURN
In any setting mode, if the dial is not rotated within
12 seconds, the display will automatically return to the
current temperature display.
HEAT
HEAT
“HEAT–OFF–COOL” SWITCH
3
FAN ON/AUTO SWITCH
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RESET
If the thermostat shows an abnormal display or if you
wish to change the temperature scale (°C or °F), use a
pointed object to press the RESET key.
RESET
Turn the dial left or right until it clicks to
reveal the current SET temperature. The ” icon
will appear and the current SET temperature will be
flashing.
once
+
Thermostat
FAN
ON AUTO
COOL OFF HEAT
3
4
5
1
6
7
COOL
ON
HEAT
LOW BATTERY INDICATOR
CURRENT TEMPERATURE MODE
TEMPERATURE SETTING MODE
HEAT OR COOL MODE
SYSTEM “ON” INDICATOR
4
5
6
7
TEMPERATURE SCALE ( or F)°C °
2
TEMPERATURE SCALE ( or F)°C °
3
2
HE
HG
Reset
SIZE AA
SIZE AA
+
Thermostat
FAN
ON AUTO
COOL OFF HEAT
3 2
1
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