With a typical thermostat when you set the temperature to be 70 degrees at 08:00 normally the thermostat will begin to warm the house at 08:00 .
What exactly is this recovery mode. Our furnace is fairly new and is a Carrier while the thermostat is a Honeywell. Not sure what leads to the .
You would need to know what model thermostat you have…the M# is either on the door or back of the thermostat. So basically you want to .
The “in recovery” is part of Honeywell’s Smart Response Technology. This feature allows the thermostat to “learn” how long the furnace and air conditioner take to reach programmed temperature settings, so the temperature is reached at the time you set.
Again, depending on what model Honeywell thermostat you’re using, … load on the heating or cooling system, and that’s the “Recovery” mode.
The thermostat says “recovery” at the top, any idea what that means? http://imgur.com/ … I think recovery is a Honeywell term related to the schedule. It tries to .
How do I get it out of adaptive intelligent recovery. The manual says call a technician, but here in Australia Honeywell won’t help residential.