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  1. #1
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    Non programmable tstats that display time

    Does anybody know of a thermostat that displays time set temp and actual temp but is non programmable. This is what the customer is demanding. I can only find ones that display the time if it is programmable. Thanks for any help.


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    honeywell 5000

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    I need it to display time and temps at the same time on the screen. And it needs to be as simple as possible.

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    can you not just tell them about "HOLD"

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    I think pro 1 also makes one, it has large numbers for older people too. If you want to cut down on callbacks use a t87 lol.


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    You could sell them a watch...I'm sure Home Depot would have something like that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    I think pro 1 also makes one, it has large numbers for older people too. If you want to cut down on callbacks use a t87 lol.


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    YES!!!!!!!!!!! T87F!!!!!!!!!! And buy them a clock to hang next to it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by 2sac View Post
    You could sell them a watch...I'm sure Home Depot would have something like that.
    Or a new kitchen stove, they usually have a clock on them.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tommy knocker View Post
    YES!!!!!!!!!!! T87F!!!!!!!!!! And buy them a clock to hang next to it.
    There is a certain age group I get really nervous about selling a programmable or digital stat.


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    A Honeywell touch screen where you set it up in the perimeters as "non-programmable".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joehvac25 View Post
    There is a certain age group I get really nervous about selling a programmable or digital stat.


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    No kidding. Used to pi$$ me off having to try to explain a 7 day programmable to an elderly couple after a freaking sales tech convinced them they needed it. Usually ended up putting it on hold for them. T87F needed no explanation.

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    White Rodgers/Emerson has several "universal" stats that can be configured as programmable or non-programmable.

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    as has been said, many programmable can be configured as non-programmable.

    for elderly, we only use HW for some reason, I use the 5000.

    I/we had too many issues with T87 being 3+ degrees off and not working well with various units.
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