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    Honeywell T8011R 1006

    Has anyone had any problems with this heatpump thermostat?

    Does anyone have a wiring diagram? The honeywll install manual is horrrible.

    I hooked up WHITE wire top W and Aux terminal, yellow to Y, orange to O, green to g, red to R. Is this basically correct for normal hook up to heat pump with aux heat? Is there a installation mode where settings can be changed? Their is no mention of it in the manual.

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    White wire if its your aux heat goes to W2. A jumper from W1 to Y is needed for heat pumps.

    Haven't used one of those Pieces Of Science for a while. As I recall, you have to set the temp to 52 and then hold the up and down arrows to enter installer set up. Limited abilities.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    White wire if its your aux heat goes to W2. A jumper from W1 to Y is needed for heat pumps.

    Haven't used one of those Pieces Of Science for a while. As I recall, you have to set the temp to 52 and then hold the up and down arrows to enter installer set up. Limited abilities.
    I agree with the "piece of science" comment. I may be suggesting replacement for reliability issues. I find that honeywell thermostats alone are not the best in my opinion...

    I think i have to jump W2 to aux as well to aux heat is enable when thermostat is set to that

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    I think you mean E to W2.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    I think you mean E to W2.
    yes i do sir.

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    Are we talking here about Vision Pro 8000. Tstat? Two stage heat and one cooling. Press sceadule and second and fourt blank area. Now you are in installer setup mode. O terminan wire from tstat goes to oO terminal at the pump. W1 is for electric or emergency heat. Make shure in installer set up you choose reversing valve O terminal energized in cooling mode

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    Quote Originally Posted by newinthefield View Post
    Are we talking here about Vision Pro 8000. Tstat?
    The only thing in common between a Vision Pro 8000 and the T8011 being discussed is that they are made by Honeywell.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mark beiser View Post
    The only thing in common between a Vision Pro 8000 and the T8011 being discussed is that they are made by Honeywell.
    And the same whay to get to installer setup screen...duh

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    Quote Originally Posted by newinthefield View Post
    And the same whay to get to installer setup screen...duh
    Umm, yeah, good luck with using the same instructions for getting into the setup on both thermostats, the T8011 is not a touch screen thermostat.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    I see now, my bad.....and sorry. I did not realise that is said T8,. Thinkig of TH800,TH811,TH832OU. Those tstats have same way to get to installer set up. I was WRONG.

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    and home cheapo and lowes sells the worst ones to the unknowing home owner
    We really need change now

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    Have you looked into a nest thermostat? Keep reading nice reviews about them and the ease of use.

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    No dependability issues with Honeywell here period. They seem solid in my experience, the big problem is lack of configuration features in setting the thermostats up (i.e. second stage auxiliary heat set point variance).Also their price gets high as soon as you hit the touch screens, but it always seem that is what people want more.
    I have a customer who had a nest and thought it would allow him to come and go without having to mess with it, he was wrong. His schedule with his work was erratic and caused him to be constantly adjusting the thermostat. I told him he should probably just get a digital non programmable and simply put it on what he wants when he gets home and leaves,old school style...

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