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  • Mar 5, 2009, 07:23 PM
    wmproop
    honewell setup function
    ,I`ve never claimed to be a very smart Tech, but I think maybe I`ve helped a few people along the way.Now I`m looking for help. I have installed a new goodman 93% gas furnace and a 2 ton/13 seer heatpump in a small house . And am trying to install a Honeywell FocusPro TH5000 series /model number TH522OD tstat. It won`t let me set up all the setup functions needed . It skips setup function number (3=fan control)and number (5=stage 1 heatcycle rate). The bottom line is the furnace works fine ,the heatpump comes on and works fine. But the blower motor doesn`t come on with the heatpump. It works fine when furnace is operating. What/where am I going wrong with my setup?, thanks I hope you can help
  • Mar 5, 2009, 09:12 PM
    royboy74
    I had this happen once if you put it in set up mode be sure you enter all the right #'s I think without instustions right her you press fan and top arrow for set up mode look at instructions to see what type you need 1 heat 1 cool etc. all else fails dail800-468-1502
  • Mar 6, 2009, 04:03 AM
    KC13
    Did you check your PM's?
  • Mar 6, 2009, 07:56 PM
    wmproop
    Quote:

    Originally Posted by KC13 View Post
    Did you check your PM's?

    Yep,, have been watching,, nothing there
  • Mar 7, 2009, 06:01 AM
    KC13
    ?? I have responded several times... I don't get it..? I found an installation manual for a TH5220D at customer.honeywell.com, and it appears that this thermostat isn't really intended for dual-fuel applications. It can manage gas OR heat pump systems, but doesn't have the necessary functions for what you are trying to apply it to. If set up for heat pump and the auxiliary (gas) is activated for supplement, the HP is going to croak in short order.
  • Mar 7, 2009, 08:03 AM
    wmproop
    OK,, thanks, KC13

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