How do I replace an old Honeywell thermostat?
First, you need to turn off the current. You can do this by locating the breaker thermostats and moving to the disabled position. You can remove the lid from an old Honeywell thermostat at home. Below, you will see the wall plate and the wire thermostat.
How do you reset a Honeywell thermostat?
You can also click here to find out how to restart the thermostat. To run a factory restart, press the configuration button and press and reinsert a battery. Then you will need to connect the button to the bell and any other Honeywell ActiveLink device.
How do I remove an old nest thermostat?
Click the Settings icon at the top right corner. Select Delete the thermostat at the bottom of the menu. Then you will be asked to confirm your choice.
Can I replace Honeywell thermostat with Nest?
The most commonly called smart thermostats, such as Nest thermostats, Ecobee, Honeywell, etc., are only compatible with 24v low voltage HVAC systems. You must be sure that your HVAC is compatible before trying to connect an intelligent thermostat.
What do I do with my old thermostat?
Unlike mercury-based thermostats, you can store these thermostats anywhere you accept electronics to recycle (such as large box traders such as Staples and Best Buy). Make sure you remove batteries to recycle separately. Fortunately, recycling old thermostats is easy.
Which Honeywell thermostat do I have?
Invert the thermostat itself and look for the model number, which must be printed somewhere in the back of the box. The thermostat model numbers start with T, TH, RTH C or CT. Often, there will be an Y in front of the model number.