About Honeywell T9 Thermostat Installation Guide PDF
Read online or download Honeywell T9 Thermostat Installation Guide PDF. This manual guide you how to install Honeywell Thermostat step by step. Please read carefelly and save this installation guide before you install your T9 thermostat.
This manual can be applied to Honeywell T9 Smart Thermostat type: RCHT9510WFW2001, RCHT9510WFW2017, RCHT9610WFSW2003, RCHT9610WFSW2019
Honeywell T9 Thermostat Installation Guide PDF Table of Content
- Read before installing
- Included in your box
- Tools you will need
- Compatibility section
- Removing your old thermostat
- Connecting your unused C-Wire
- Installing your new Thermostat
- Getting the most from the T9 Smart Thermostat
- Using your Thermostat
- Using priority
- Warranty information
- Electrical Ratings
- Apple HomeKit Setup
Honeywell T9 Smart Thermostat Installation Guide
Read Before Installing
Included in your packet:
- Screw and anchors
- T9 Smart Thermostat
- UWP Wallplate
- Wireless room sensor (included with RCHT9610WFS models)
- C-Wire adapter (optional)
Tool you need
- Philips screwdriver
- Small flat head screwdriver
- Home Wi-Fi Password
- Wire stripper
- Needle-nose pliers
- Drill and drill bit
- Required: A C-Wire (common wire) is needed for 24VAC power. C-Wire adapter is provides in case you do not have a C-Wire.
This tutorial will assist you in determining if you have a C-Wire or whether you will need to utilize the provided C-Wire Adapter (Step 10). The C-Cable is a wire that comes from your HVAC system and must be linked to the C terminal on your thermostat. There is no one color that is used to identify this type of wire.
- Works with most heating/cooling and heat pump systems
- Does not works with electrical baseboard heat (120-240V)
- Does not work with millivolt systems
- Does not support S terminals for indoor and outdoor sensors
- Android or iOS smartphone, tablet, or device
Electrical shock or equipment damage is possible. Before starting the installation, turn off the power.
During testing, compressor protection is turned off. Avoid cycling the compressor too fast to avoid causing harm to the equipment.
Removing your old thermostat
- Switch off power
Turn off the electricity at the breaker box or switch that controls your heating and cooling equipment to protect it.
Please keep in mind that turning off the thermostat does not cut off the electricity to the device.
- Make sure your system is turned off.
Change the temperature on your old thermostat to start heating or cooling your system.
If you haven't heard or felt the system switch on within 5 minutes, the power has been turned off.
If you have a digital thermostat with a blank display, you may skip this step.
- Remove the old thermostat from the wall plate.
On most thermostats, you may remove the thermostat by lightly gripping and pushing. Screws, buttons, or clasps may be found on certain thermostats.
At this time, do not disconnect any connections from your thermostat!
- Do you have a line voltage system?
Line voltage systems have thick black wires with wire nuts or are labeled high voltage (120V or higher).
if YES, your system is not work with this thermostat.
if No, Continue to the next step
- Take photo of your old wallplate's wiring
You may need to reference this photo later
- Remove any jumpers
A jumper is used to connect two terminals. keep the jumpers with your old wallplate
- Label the wires
Label each wire on your old wall plate with the labels that came with your new thermostat.
- Make a note of the wire colors.
Check the boxes and make a note of the color of the wires connecting to the terminals coming from the wall. Please check all that apply (not all will apply).
- Disconnect the cables and remove existing wall plate.
To remove wires from terminals, you may need to use a screwdriver. Wrap the wires around a pencil to keep them from falling through the wall.
- Do you have a C-Wire?
Examine the thermostat wiring checklist from Step 8, as well as the snapshot you took. Is the C-Terminal fully implemented?
if YES, this means you not need to install the included C-wire adapter. Skip to Installing your New Thermostat
If NO, This means you don't have a C-wire connected to your thermostat. Continue next step
- Do you have a distribution panel?
You have distribution panel if you have multiple thermostats and one furnace or heating system
if YES, C-wire Adapter installation is more complicated on zoned systems, you need a Pro installer in your area
if NO, continue to the next step
- Do you have an unused wire cable?
See at the bundle of wires coming from the wall
YES, proceed to step 13
NO, open the included C-Wire Adapter box and follow the instruction guide
- Label unused Wire
Label your unused wire with the provided "C" sticker label. You may need to use a wire stripper to expose at least 1/4 inch of the wire
- Remove the furnace or heating system's lid.
To access the control board, remove the cover from the heating and cooling system. The terminal labels should be the same as those on your thermostat.
- Find the other end of the unused wire
Locate the wire bundle that is the same as the one at your thermostat.
The unused wire should be the same color as the wire near your current thermostat. The color you typed down can be found in Step 13.
- Connect the unused wire to the C-terminal
- Close the cover to the furnace or heating system
Installing Your new Thermostat
- Position wall plate
Open the wall plate that came with your new thermostat. Pass the wire bundle through the rear of the wall plate.
Make sure that at least 1/4-inch of each wire is exposed to allow for simple insertion into the wire terminals.
- Install the necessary wall anchors.
It is advised that you attach your thermostat using the wall anchors provided in the package.
The wall plate can be used to designate the location of the wall anchors.
- Level the wall plate;
- Using a pencil, mark the placement of the wall anchors.
- Take off the wall plate;
- Drill anchor holes
Drill 7/32" holes if your packaging has red anchors.
Drill 3/16" holes in your package if it has yellow anchors.
- Attach the wall anchors.
- Check that the anchors are level with the wall.
- Reposition the wall plate.
- Determine the proper R-Switch position and insert the appropriate R-wire or wires.
Set the R-switch to the up or down position based on your wiring notes from Step 8. Wires should be inserted into the inner holes of the terminals on the wall plate. Once the wire is placed, the tabs will remain in place.
If you have 2 R-Wires (R, RC, RH):
1. Set right R-Switch to the down position
2. Insert your RC wire into Rc-terminal
3. Insert your R or RH wire into R-terminal
if you have 1 R-Wire (R, RC, RH):
- Ensure the right R-switch is in the up position
- Insert your R-Wire (R, RH, or RC) into R-terminal
- Connect remaining wires
Push down on the tabs to securely insert the wires into the inner holes of their respective terminals on the wall plate (one wire per terminal).
To ensure that the wires are tight, gently tug on them.
If you need to release the wires again, press down the terminal tabs on the wall plate's sides.
- Close the door and mount the wall plate
- Install your thermostat
Align the thermostat on the wall plate and firmly snap into place
- Turn on the power
- Complete setup on the thermostat
Remove the protective film and check to see whether your thermostat says "Welcome."
If you are having problems with your thermostat, please try the following solutions. The majority of issues may be resolved quickly and easily.
|Display is blank||
|Heating or cooling system does not respond||
|Temperature settings do not change||For heating and cooling, this thermostat includes adjustable minimum and maximum limit settings. If these parameters were not changed during setup, hot has a temperature range of 40-90°F and cool has a temperature range of 50-99°F.|
|Aux Heat runs in cooling||For heat pump systems, verify there is not a wire attached to W on the UWP|
|Cool runs with a call for heat||For heat pump systems, verify there is not a wire attached to W on the UWP|
|Sensor will not connect||Hold down the connect to wireless sensor button for 15 seconds. The LED will become amber. Return to the thermostat menu and choose Devices and Sensors from the drop-down menu. To add the sensor, follow the on-screen directions.|
Download Honeywell T9 Thermostat Installation Guide PDF
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|Title||: Honeywell Home T9 Smart Thermostat Installation Guide|
|File Pages||: 36 Pages|
|Language||: English, French|
|File Size||: 4.5 MB|