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[Costco] Costco: Honeywell Thermostat RTH6580WF (Wifi enabled) $119.99

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porksoda wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 2:02 am
if you hit the fan button it should toggle between auto/circulate. the system would have to be either in heat or ac mode for the fan to be on.
The only options for fan mode is 'ON' or 'AUTO'... What I was hoping to do was to have it run the fan only periodically throughout the day to circulate the air and regulate the temperature (especially overnight when power is cheaper).. On makes it run 24/7...

I thought I read somewhere about doing this, but it was before I bought it and I forget now.... maybe someone was talking about the Nest one...
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redgrandam wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 2:14 am
The only options for fan mode is 'ON' or 'AUTO'... What I was hoping to do was to have it run the fan only periodically throughout the day to circulate the air and regulate the temperature (especially overnight when power is cheaper).. On makes it run 24/7...

I thought I read somewhere about doing this, but it was before I bought it and I forget now.... maybe someone was talking about the Nest one...
Some Honeywell units require you to set it up so it has this option. It's not in the regular menu but the initial setup area; this initial setup has a bunch of options of how to setup any Honeywell thermostat. Try and find a installer manual from Honeywell perhaps?
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Went with the Amazon.ca $179 Nest 1.0, so far so good, no "C" wire
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wildzero wrote:
Dec 4th, 2012 1:33 pm
Sign-up with Peaksaver!!!! It's completely free and so is the install....I don't understand why anybody would want to pay for a thermostat and install it themselves when your local hydro utilities is giving top-of-the-line models away for free!!!
Mine isn't.
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bowmah wrote:
Dec 22nd, 2012 1:28 pm
Some Honeywell units require you to set it up so it has this option. It's not in the regular menu but the initial setup area; this initial setup has a bunch of options of how to setup any Honeywell thermostat. Try and find a installer manual from Honeywell perhaps?
Hmm. I'll have to look again. There is a hidden menu of those kinda of settings. Maybe it's in there.
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