TO SET TIME AND DAY
Press DAY, HOUR and MIN keys to adjust the time and day.
TO MODIFY HEATING AND COOLING PROGRAMS
Set the function switch to HEAT position for heating programs
and to COOL for cooling programs.
Use PROG key to select the program to be modified.
Use HOUR and MIN keys to set the time and
select the temperature setting.
executes the programs.
bypasses the programming.
maintains the ECONOmic temperature setting
until a user presets time and day.
ECONO REMOTE: maintains the ECONOmic temperature setting
as long as an external signal is applied.
Shows the number of hours that the system has operated since the
last filter change. Prevents freezing during your absence.
button shows the tem-
changes the tem-
TEMPERATURE SPAN ADJUSTMENT
Press PROG key while RETURN key is pressed in.
changes the span setting.
This thermostat can replace most common residential thermostats
and is designed to be used with electric, gas or oil heating and air
conditioning systems using 24 volts control and relay current up to
Several useful functions and operating modes have been incorpo-
rated to adapt a variety of customer needs: besides all the features
associated with the state of the art programmable thermostat, you'll
find on TH123:
a 7 day timer to set the ECONO mode during a prolonged
a signal entry to remotely control the ECONO mode.
a protection against freezing.
a filter supervision.
a programmable regulation sensibility (SPAN).
To protect the compressor from damage and wear by cycling on
and off too rapidly, the TH123 incorporates a minimum five (5) min-
utes delay between cooling cycles.
If you have any questions concerning the installation or program-
ming of the thermostat, please call our technical assistance at
1-800-831-AUBE or for the Montreal area, (450) 358-4600 from
8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday, Eastern time.
This thermostat has been designed for simple and quick installation
requiring only a few tools.
Drill and 3/16" drill bit
REMOVING YOUR OLD THERMOSTAT
To avoid electric shock, turn off the power of the
heating and cooling system at the main power box in your home.
Read the following instructions carefully before disconnecting the
Turn off your old thermostat.
Remove the cover from the old thermostat. You may have to
pull extra hard.
Unscrew the old thermostat from the wall plate
Now find the screws attaching the wall plate to the wall, and
remove them. You should now be able to pull the wall plate a
small distance from the wall. Do not disconnect any wires yet,
simply locate the wires.
If your old thermostat has only two (2) wires connected to it
(heating system only), simply disconnect the two wires from the wall
plate, skip over steps 1 and 2 in the Wire labelling section and go on
to step 3.