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Honeywell 5-2-Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat
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Honeywell

5-2-Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat

  • 1 program for weekdays/1 for the weekend, up to 4 periods per day
  • Compatible with baseboards, convectors & fan-forced heaters
  • Easy to read backlit display
$53.47 /each

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Increase comfort while you decrease energy costs with a Honeywell 55-2 Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat. This electric baseboard thermostat is compatible with electric baseboards, convectors, radiant ceilings (2-wire) and fan-forced heaters. It features TRIAC silent switching for quiet operation and accurate temperature control.

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Name 5-2 Day Programmable Thermostat with Backlight 5-2-Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat 16.7 Amp 120/208/240-Volt Single-Pole Electronic 7-Day Programmable Wall Thermostat in White 7-Day Double-Pole 208/240-Volt Electronic Programmable Thermostat
Brand Honeywell Honeywell Cadet Cadet
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Features Backlit Display,Battery Operated,Low Battery Indicator,Removable Interface Backlit Display Daylight Savings Time Ready,No Additional Features Daylight Savings Time Ready,No Additional Features
Thermostat Program Type 5 - 2 Day 5 - 2 Day 7 - Day 7 - Day
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When the desired temperature to begin heating is reached, the heater comes on for a few seconds, then shuts off, then comes on is this a wiring issue?

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Landlord recently installed, but even in manual mode, it does not work correctly.
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December 30, 2014
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It is not a wiring issue. If you have a forced fan heater you need to go into the advanced settings of the thermostat and toggle the Fan Setting to "Yes". This keeps the fan running continuously instead of turning on and off for a few seconds at a time. When the room reaches the desired temp the fan will shut off.
I would leave it at the fan setting at "no" only if you have radiant heating. The constant Read More
It is not a wiring issue. If you have a forced fan heater you need to go into the advanced settings of the thermostat and toggle the Fan Setting to "Yes". This keeps the fan running continuously instead of turning on and off for a few seconds at a time. When the room reaches the desired temp the fan will shut off.
I would leave it at the fan setting at "no" only if you have radiant heating. The constant on/off when using a radiant heater will help regulate the temperature in the room more efficiently. Read Less
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December 16, 2014
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There are two thermostats and they both replaced existing ones (in separate rooms) and each are wired to squirrel cage fan-type in-wall units (older-style, like cadet but bigger). The heat indicator calls for full strength (i.e., it's 69 in the room and the thermostat is set to 72 -- but the fan comes on and shuts off every few seconds, which is hardly correct and certainly doesn't heat the room up to Read More
There are two thermostats and they both replaced existing ones (in separate rooms) and each are wired to squirrel cage fan-type in-wall units (older-style, like cadet but bigger). The heat indicator calls for full strength (i.e., it's 69 in the room and the thermostat is set to 72 -- but the fan comes on and shuts off every few seconds, which is hardly correct and certainly doesn't heat the room up to temperature efficiently or quickly. If this were passive versus forced air heat, it might be appropriate. Read Less
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December 15, 2014
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It stays on until the temperature that it's set for is reached. You can set an early on feature, where the heat starts coming on earlier that the start time. Maybe that particular unit is malfunctioning. If you have other units in your home are they functioning correctly. Exchange the unit for another and try that.
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I posed a question to the manufacturer as to why the display showed a various "rising heat waves" graphic in the heat indicator section of the display and was told that the product anticipates the room reaching the desired temperature and fluctuates power to the heat elements for a gradual approach This is a feature not mentioned in the manual. The one to four "radiant lines" indicate the phase in this Read More
I posed a question to the manufacturer as to why the display showed a various "rising heat waves" graphic in the heat indicator section of the display and was told that the product anticipates the room reaching the desired temperature and fluctuates power to the heat elements for a gradual approach This is a feature not mentioned in the manual. The one to four "radiant lines" indicate the phase in this process.
I strongly suggest reading the brief manual carefully and in its entirety in order to understand how the thermostat functions across its different modes, and how to set up properly. This is a great product from an old line company. While the device is quite intuitive for the user, there are nuances to the programming that need to be understood. These are clearly explained in the manual. Read Less
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Is this for oil heat or electric heat

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Will work for anything that requires line level voltage(120/208/etc) It specifies "convectors" as one of the heating types it works with and oil baseboard heating fall directly in that catagory.
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Electric heat.
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This unit is for electric heat
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Electric baseboard. Only.
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Does the back light only come on when button is pushed or does it stay on constantly?

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I am wondering if the back light is on constantly or if it only comes on when a button is pushed. Will it be a distraction in a dark room while trying to sleep?
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Only when a button is pushed.
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The screen is backlit for 12 seconds when any button is pressed (see page 2 in manual).
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It only comes on when the button is pushed
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April 23, 2014
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The backlight on the Honeywell RLV4305 will be illuminated for 12 seconds when you press any button.
If you have further questions, please contact the Honeywell Consumer Technical Support Line at 1-800-468-1502.
Sincerely,
Honeywell Customer Care
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how many wires to install

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I'm confused about which wires to connect to. I have 2 white wires and 2 black wires coming out of the wall. Do I connect the two black to the thermostat and wire the two whites together?
Currently the two whites are connected to the 2 red wires in my old thermostat, and the two black wires from the wall are connects to the two black wires in my old thermostat. There are no letters labelling these Read More
I'm confused about which wires to connect to. I have 2 white wires and 2 black wires coming out of the wall. Do I connect the two black to the thermostat and wire the two whites together?
Currently the two whites are connected to the 2 red wires in my old thermostat, and the two black wires from the wall are connects to the two black wires in my old thermostat. There are no letters labelling these wires. Read Less
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Two wires.
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It is a two wire connection, but if you have a four wire installation, then it gives you information on how to rewire for a two wire hook up.
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November 16, 2013
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This model will work with 2 wire and 4 wire line voltage systems.
Thanks,
Honeywell Support Team
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5-2-Day Baseboard Programmable Thermostat is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 53.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Can't believe how many people don't read the instructions when installing these on a system with ... Can't believe how many people don't read the instructions when installing these on a system with a forced air fan. The thermostat is default set to radiant heat and is designed to turn the baseboards on and off when nearing set point for comfort. If your system has a forced air fan, select "Fan" when programing and you wont have an issue. I have had one in use for well over 2 years on a forced air system and have be completely satisfied. My pervious 7 thermostats were "not" Honeywell, each and every one failed just after warranty ran out.
Date published: 2016-12-26
Rated 5 out of 5 by from This thermostat has a feature that allows you to set minimum and maximum range. Since the thermos... This thermostat has a feature that allows you to set minimum and maximum range. Since the thermostat was being installed in a teenagers room, that was important to prevent it from being set to an extreme temperature. All settings can be locked as well. The thermostat allows a smaller temperature swing than the thermostat it replaced, resulting in a more comfortable room.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Perfect $savor I just bought a new house in the summer. It has baseboard heat in all rooms. We are planning on putting a heat pump in in the future but not yet. So I decided to get a Programable t-stat. This model was perfect as it hooked up easily. 4 wires and 2 screws. It took 10min to go through and program all 7 days. Daylight savings is a option as well. In the first month I have seen a $30 savings from the last month and overall it was 7 degrees colder this month. Definitely recommend
Date published: 2016-11-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Finally I can control the temperature of my electric baseboard heat throughout my house. Work wel... Finally I can control the temperature of my electric baseboard heat throughout my house. Work well; easy to program and adjust.
Date published: 2016-12-14
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Product Easy to program & easy to install. Clear instructions and all hardware included.
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from One Star is too much for these!!!NO, I would not recommend these. They were incredibly easy to in... One Star is too much for these!!!NO, I would not recommend these. They were incredibly easy to install but they won't stop going on and off constantly. It gets up to temp and when it dips 1 degree below, it comes on and goes off, comes on and goes off, not getting hot, just turning baseboard heaters on and off. All four baseboards were working fine until I changed out the manual thermostats.
Date published: 2016-11-29
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Not good for baseboard heaters! Although it says it's good for high voltage, electric baseboard heaters, I don't recommend it. I paid to have an electrician install it, just to be safe. A few hours later, it was causing my BRAND NEW baseboard heater to buzz every 10 seconds, as though it was about to start. The buzzing got so annoying, I shut off the thermostat and broke out a space heater. As if fate was mocking me, it is also a Honeywell.
Date published: 2017-01-10
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This was straight forward and easy to install. The mounting holes fit a single-gang box perfectl... This was straight forward and easy to install. The mounting holes fit a single-gang box perfectly so you can put a j-box behind it. Program works well and is much quieter than typical line voltage thermostats. I would absolutely buy this again for my line voltage thermostat needs.
Date published: 2017-01-17
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