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5 MINUTE
I N S T A L L A T I O N
Owner's Manual
5-2 Programmable
Weekdays-Weekends
Models
44127
44132
Form# 44067-01
20101013
©2010 Hunter Fan Co.

Summary of Contents

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    Owner’s Manual Models 44127 5 MINUTE 44132 I N S T A L L A T I O N Form# 44067-01 5-2 Programmable 20101013 Weekdays-Weekends ©2010 Hunter Fan Co.

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    Table Of Contents At A Glance Know Your Thermostat . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 Setup Setting Day and Time .

  • Page 3: Know Your Thermostat

    The features section starting on page 28 of this manual will describe these settings. Most settings have been preset for optimal performance. If you need any assistance with installion or setup of your new Hunter Thermostat, please call us, our technical support staff is ready to help! USA: 1-888-830-1326...

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    At A Glance Know Your Thermostat 1. Enters Schedule Setup for altering scheduled programs. 2. Sets the Save Away feature for when you will not be home during a regularly programmed time. 3. Confirms completion of an action or returns you to the Home screen. 4.

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    At A Glance Know Your Thermostat Schedule Save Away Done/ Back Next Home Menu ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

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    At A Glance Know Your Thermostat 1. Holds 2 “AA” Batteries. 2. HE/HG Switch - allows you to set your furnace to Gas/Oil or Electric, based on the type of system you have. 3. Allows your thermostat to operate your HVAC system* properly by indicating the system type that you have.

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    At A Glance Know Your Thermostat ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

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    At A Glance Know Your Thermostat 1. Shows the current day of the week or weekend. 2. Indicates the thermostat is running in schedule mode. 3. Will show when your heat pump or system is reporting a problem to the thermostat.

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    At A Glance Know Your Thermostat Filter Auto At Home Heat to 10:05 ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 10: Setting Day And Time 1

    Setup Setting Day and Time Once you install the batteries, the thermostat will prompt you to set the current day and time. 1. You will notice that “Mon” will be flashing at the top left of your screen. Use the buttons to move to your current day of the week and press button to advance to the next step.

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    Setup Setting Day and Time Schedule Schedule 12:00 Save Save Away Away Updated! Done/ Back Next Done/ Back Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 12: Scheduling Introduction 1

    Scheduling Scheduling Introduction Read the scheduling section thoroughly to ensure you understand your scheduling options and which will best fit with your lifestyle. The following notes should help you with scheduling: • The schedule time can be set in 15 minute increments, and remains the same for both Heat and Cool programs.

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    Start Time: Start Time: Heat Temp: Weekends End Time: End Time: Heat Temp: Heat Temp: Cool Temp: Cool Temp: Cool Temp: Note: Use a pencil so these records may be changed at a later time if necessary. ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 14: Setting Your Schedule 1

    Scheduling Setting Your Schedule 1. Press the Button to enter Scheduling mode. Schedule 2. Use the buttons to select “On” and then to move forward to Next Scheduling. Note: If you do not wish to use the scheduling option on your thermostat, refer to page 20, step 2.

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    Th Fri Mon Tu Th Fri Sa Su Schedule Schedule Away Asleep At Home Save Save Away Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Next Back Next Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

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    Scheduling Setting Your Schedule 5. Use the buttons to adjust the start time on the left of the screen for the period and press . Again you will use the buttons to Next adjust the end time on the right of the screen for this scheduled period. Press again.

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    Schedule Schedule Asleep Asleep At Home At Home Heat to 8:00 4:30 Save Save Away Away Cool to Done/ Done/ Back Next Next Back Next Next Menu Menu Home Home COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 18: Temporary Temperature Change 1

    Scheduling Temporary Temperature Change With Temporary Temperature Change you have the ability to alter the temperature for only the current running schedule for one day. 1. Press the button once to activate the screen. 2. Use the buttons again to select a new temperature. 3.

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    Away Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Back Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO Schedule At Home Heat to 10:05 Save Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Home Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 20: Turning Off Scheduling 2

    Scheduling Turning Off Scheduling To turn off your schedule and have the thermostat permanently set to one temperature: 1. Press the button once. Schedule 2. Use the button to switch to Off and select Done/ Home 3. The screen will show “Updated!” and return you to the home screen. Note: You will notice the black bar on the screen beside the Schedule button is not displayed anymore.

  • Page 21: Save Away

    Home Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO Schedule Schedule Auto Heat to 7:50 Save Save Away Away Updated! Done/ Done/ Back Next Back Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

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    Scheduling Save Away The Save Away feature allows you to set a lower or higher temperature for time you will be away from your home outside of your normal Away schedule. This can include days you will be away for vacation, or a few hours away from your home.

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    HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO Schedule Schedule Auto Heat to Save Save Away Away Updated! Hours Done/ Done/ Done/ Done/ Back Next Back Next Home Home Menu Home Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 24: Alerts 2

    Features Alerts This chapter will outline the various alerts the thermostat will report to you and how to respond to them. 1. Low Battery: This icon will appear when your batteries are starting to run low on power and should be changed to avoid system interruptions, (Figure 1) Change the batteries by gripping the sides of the thermostat firmly and pulling straight back, (Figure 1a).

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    Back Next Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO Schedule Schedule Filter Auto At Home Heat to 7:15 Save Save Away Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Back Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

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    Features Alerts 4. Check System: Some heat pump systems are equipped with the ability to check system performance, indicated by the presence of an “L” wire attached to the backplate. This icon will flash on screen to alert the user that the heat pump is reporting a problem with the system. It may be necessary to have the heat pump checked or serviced by an HVAC technician.

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    Features Alerts Schedule Schedule Auto Auto At Home At Home Heat to Heat to 7:15 Save Save Away Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Back Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 28: Menu Options 2

    Features Menu Options Under your Menu options you have the ability to reset your filter counter, change your day/time settings, and change first and second stage spans. To change each setting, you will need to hit the button to move through Next each feature.

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    Save Away Away Done/ Done/ Done/ Back Next Back Next Next Home Menu Menu Home Menu Home COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO Schedule 12:00 Save Away Done/ Back Next Next Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 30

    Features Menu Options 4. The next Menu option is to set your thermostat’s primary span. Use the buttons to adjust between 1, 2, or, 3 degrees. Press after this has Next been changed or if no changes are necessary. The span setting regulates when and how long your system will run.

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    Save Away Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Next Back Next Next Home Menu Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO COOL HEAT AUTO Schedule temp Save Away Done/ Done/ Back Next Next Home Home Menu COOL HEAT AUTO ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

  • Page 32: Additional Features 3, Features

    Features Additional Features Armchair Programming There is no need to stand at the wall where the thermostat is mounted while programming or changing settings. Simply remove the thermostat from the wall and make the necessary changes in the comfort of a chair. You can also set your programming and settings before you even install the thermostat.

  • Page 33: Troubleshooting And Support 3

    3. Make sure the thermostat is set to the proper day. Problem: Auto / Fan does not turn on. Solution: 1. Move HG/HE switch to opposite position. 2. Check the fan setting and make sure that it is not set to off. ©2010 Hunter Fan Company...

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    Thermostat Assistance Troubleshooting and Support Problem: Fan runs continuously. Solution: 1. Check fan setting to see if it is set to on. 2. Move HG/HE switch to opposite position. Problem: Heating or cooling does not turn on or off. Solution: 1.

  • Page 35: Technical Support 3

    Thermostat Assistance Troubleshooting and Support Technical Support If you need any assistance with installation or setup of your new Hunter thermostat, please call us. Our technical support staff is ready to help! USA: 1-888-830-1326 Canada: 1-866-268-1936 Hours of operation are from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm Monday - Friday and 8:00 am to 5:00 pm on Saturday, Central Time.

  • Page 36: Year Guarantee 3

    PARTICULAR PURPOSE, IN RESPECT TO YOUR HUNTER THERMOSTAT IS LIMITED TO THE PERIOD OF THE EXPRESS WARRANTY SET FORTH ABOVE. This warranty is voided if your Hunter Thermostat is not purchased and used in the USA. This warranty excludes and does not cover defects, malfunctions or...

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    Warranty 1 Year Guarantee along with proof of purchase to Hunter Fan Company Service Department, 7130 Goodlett Farms Pkwy Suite 400, Memphis, TN 38016. You will be responsible for all insurance and freight or other transportation charges to our factory. We will return your Hunter Thermostat freight prepaid. Your Hunter Thermostat should be properly packed to avoid damage in transit since we will not be responsible for any such damage.

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