Opening your Honeywell thermostat is a fairly simple and quick task. There are two different kinds of openings that Honeywell thermostats have. They either have a slide or swing opening that allows you to access the thermostat controls inside.Know More
Look over your thermostat and determine whether it has a sliding or swinging cover. Either cover is easy to open, but each takes a slightly different technique to remove. The cover will not come completely off of the thermostat no matter the cover type.
If your Honeywell thermostat has a swinging cover, there will be an edge that sticks up around the side of the thermostat. Find that location, and use your fingers to grasp the edge of the cover and gently swing it open. It will either swing up or down, or side to side.
If instead your Honeywell thermostat has a cover that slides, you will simply need to grasp both sides of the thermostat with your hands, one on each side of the cover. Then carefully pull the cover in a downwards direction until it has reached the end, where it will reach a stopping point.
Instructions on how to use any of Honeywell's thermostats are provided in print format with a purchased thermostat and can also be found on the company's website. Instructions vary depending on the type of thermostat, the model and its features.Full Answer >
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