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REMOTE CONTROL OPERATING GUIDE (continued)
Manual mode
Manual mode does not require that the time and day of the week are set.
Press the sor tbutton to increase or decrease the temperature desired.
Automatic mode
The automatic mode allows the temperature to be regulated according to a programmed level and
time.
Manually overriding the set program
At any time, the temperature may be adjusted up or down. However, whenever the thermostat
changes to a new time period, the temperature will be set automatically according to that period’s
setting.
Programming
Each day of the week can be programmed individually for 4 periods P1, P2, P3 and P4, making a
total of 28 programmed periods.
Alternatively, a weekday program can be set, so the same program is used for Monday-Friday.
Similarly, a weekend program can be set for Saturday-Sunday. The entire week can also have the
same program.
Alternatively, a weekday or weekend program can be set with individual programs for the
remaining days.
The suggested period settings for each day/s are:
Period 1 - morning
Period 2 - daytime
Period 3 - evening
Period 4 - night-time
To begin programming
With the thermostat off, press and hold the ‘P’ button for 2 seconds or longer to initiate
programming. The LCD will display , and the time at which the thermostat is currently
set. will flash.
Period 1 can now be set.
Setting the day of the week
You must choose which day/s of the week you wish to program.
Press and release the sor tbutton to change the day of the week to the following or
previous day. Press and hold the sor tbutton for 2 seconds or longer to increase or
decrease the day of the week by 1 day every 0.5 seconds.
The order that you can scroll through the days is as follows:
MO TU WE TH FR MO TU WE TH FR SA SU SU SA MO TU WE TH
FR SA SU
To accept the selected day/s of the week press ‘OK’.
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