Is the t-stat completely isolated from the wall cavity or is it mounted on a wall right next to a duct or the air handler,coil? Just thinking out loud.....no supplies blowing on it and what height did you say the stat was at?
Short of replacing the thermostat, you might try having it relocated. If that does not help, I would replace the thermostat and have the new one programmed for 3 CPH (typically default) in cooling, and then watch it from there.
As for your house staying dehumidified, you must be experiencing longer run times during the heat of the day, or your house is very tight and you don't generate much interior moisture (cooking, laundry, etc.). I think you mentioned you are seeing longer run times once the outdoor temperatures go up.
What Beenthere mentioned for the Honeywell IAQ is true for the other VisionPro thermostats as well, if you feel no need to purchase the IAQ package.
Thanks Guys for all the info. I just got off the phone with one of the installers that I perfer to talk to. He said that I might have a 5 ton coil upstairs in the attic with the furnace would this make a diffrence? I don't know what that means but he said they do that for efficency. Could that be part of my problem?
Very well could be.
i'd would also, recommend, using a piece of tissuue, and tapeing it above the thermostat, so its 1/2" above, and see it there are any slight breezes above it.
If so, you know whaere some of your trouble is. If not, have the stat changed.
Thanks Guys they are coming to change the stat on monday. Thanks for the info on the 5 ton coil. That makes me feel better that has nothing to do with it. I spoke with one of the installers and they had set up this house for a 100 degree day at 74 degree stat setting. He said that since they have no idea who is going to buy the house they go with that setting. He also said if he would have know that we are use to keeping our stat at 78 that they would have gone with a 3.5 ton system instead of a 4 ton. He then said if someone would have bought this house wanting to keep it a 70 degrees they would never achieve that setting. I'm trying to lower my stat level down to 74 and see if I will get some longer run times once it reaches that temp. I had it set at 78 degrees and it has been running for almost an hour now trying to get the temp down to 74 degrees. I PRAY that the stat will fix our problem. Thanks again for all the help
Most areas where they design for a 26° temp diff, the average temp is in the high 90s.
A/C sustems are to be designed to keep the home owner thats paying for it comfortable, not the next owner.(within reason)
ricky your'e getting good advice , i'd just like to add one thing. i suggest you get a data logger from Supco & put it on topof your stat for 24 hrs , then plug it in to your computer and print out your temp & humid. right at the stat. What a valuable tool this for those jobs with ambiguous complaints. The logger is inexpensive and comes with software , cord and the logger & u can set it for any interval of sampling for days and just do a printout and see where your'e at. Imho i'm also thinking oversize. regards..........Jack