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To help you figure out your thermostat and get control of your home climate, we’ve provided links to the most popular Bryant thermostat manuals.

Bryant Thermostat Manuals

It can sometimes be difficult to find the correct instruction manual for your device, particularly for older, discontinued models.

Use the search bar below to find your specific Bryant Thermostat Manual. You can enter the model number, name or description. We’ve also included images to help.

If you have a manual you would like to list, submit it here. Or, if your model is not listed, leave a comment below.

All imagery and manuals are copyright © Bryant. Please visit https://www.bryant.com/en/us/current-owners/document-search/ for the most up to date manuals and product information.

Model Image Model ID Description Document Updated Downloads
EB-STATE3LTBB-01, EB-STATE3LTBR-01, EB-STATE5BB-01, EB-STATE5BR-01
ecobee Smart Thermostat Pro with voice control 2019 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2019
SYSTXBBECC01-B
Evolution Connex Control 2017 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
Preferred Series
T6–WEM01–A
AC/HP Wi-Fi Thermostat 2017 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
Preferred Series
T6-PHP01-A, T6-PAC01-A, T6-PRH01-B
Programmable Thermostat 2017 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
Preferred Series
T6-NHP01-A, T6-NAC01-A, T6-NRH01-B
Non-Programmable Thermostat 2017 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
Legacy Series
T2-PHP01-A, T2-PAC01-A
Programmable Thermostat 2017 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
Legacy Series
T2-NHP01-A, T2-NAC01-A
Non-Programmable Thermostat 2017 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
SYSTXBBECW01-A, SYSTXBBECN01-A, SYSTXBBECC01-A
Evolution Connex Control 2016 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
SYSTXBBECW01-A , SYSTXBBECN01-A, SYSTXBBECC01-A
Evolution Connex Control 2016 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
SYSTXBBUID01-A
Evolution Control 2013 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2013
Legacy Line-rnc
T1-NAC, T1-NHP
Non-programmable Thermostat 2012 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2012
Legacy Series
T2-PAC, T2-NAC, T2-PHP, T2-NHP
Legacy Series Programmable Thermostat 2012 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2012
T1-PAC, T1-PHP
Programmable Thermostats 2010 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
Preferred Series
T6-PAC, T6-NAC, T6-NHP
Ac/hp Thermostat 2009 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
T6-PRH-A , T6-NRH-A
Preferred Series Thermidistat 2008 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2008
T2SNAC01, T2SNHP01
Non-programmable Thermostat 2008 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2008
TP-PRH-A , TP-NRH-A
Edge Thermidistat Control 2008 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2008
TSTAT-0-04 4-1-95
Programmable Thermostat 2008 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2008
Preferred Series
T6-PAC, T6-PHP, T6-NAC, T6-NHP
Ac/hp Thermostat 2007 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2007
Legacy Line-rnc
T1-NAC, T1-NHP
Non-programmable Thermostat 2007 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2007
SYSTXBBUIZ01
Evolution Zone Control 2004 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2004
TSTATBBNAC01-C, TSTATBBNHP01-C, TSTATBBN2S01-C
Non-programmable Thermostats 2004 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2004
53DFS250-SL-BRY
Programmable Digital Thermostat 2004 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2004
TSTATBBPS701
Programmable Digital Thermostat 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBPQ501
5+2 Day Programmable Digital Thermosta 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBPB501
Programmable Digital Thermostat 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBNB001
Programmable Digital thermostat 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBNQ001
Non-programmable Digital Thermostat 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBP2W01
Programmable Digital Thermostat 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBPS701
Programmable Digital thermostat 2003 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2003
TSTATBBPS101
Programmable Digital thermostat 2001 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2001
TSTATBBPRF01-B
Wireless Programmable Digital Thermostat 2000 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
P/N TSTATBBP250-LA
Tempsure Commercial Thermostat 1999 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1999
P/N TSTATBBP220-LA
Tempsure Commercial Thermostat 1999 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1999
P/N TSTATBBPCM01-B
Commercial Thermostat 1999 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1999
P/N TSTATBBP250-01
Tempsure Commercial Thermostat 7-day Programmable 1998 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1998
P/N TSTATBBP220-01
Tempsure Commercial Programmable 1998 User Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1998
TSTAT-0-11, TSTAT-0-19, TSTAT-9-98
Programmable Thermostats 1998 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1998
TSTAT
Thermostats Thermidistat Control 1997 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1997

How to find your Bryant Thermostat’s model number?

To get the best support for your thermostat, you have to know what model you have. If you can’t remember the model number anymore, you have a few ways.

If you still have them, you can find the number on the brochure, box, or any document that came with your device. Also check on the back, front, or sides of the device. Bryant has made this easy to find, likely on a label together with the serial or power rating.

Bryant Thermostat Instructions

Installation

With the system powered down, the thermostat must be connected to the HVAC system and power supply through the wiring or battery, depending on your thermostat model. The thermostat then needs to be mounted securely.

Then the thermostat needs to be configured through the interface. If there is Wi-Fi functionality, the devices can be connected. Other settings can be made such as scheduling or linking smart devices (depending on the model, can be done through a smartphone also).

Bryant advises reading their entire setup manual first before initiating installation. Hazards like injury and even death are a possibility.

Operation

Making simple changes to the temperature is usually as simple as pressing the Up/Down buttons to your desired setting. Changing the operation mode is as simple as pressing Mode to toggle between heating and cooling. And changing the fan mode by, you guessed it, pressing the fan button.

Programming/Scheduling

This can be easily down on the newer touchscreen models, where you usually select Menu > Schedules. You’ll also have the convenience of Guided Schedules for an easier way to do it.

Older programmable models can access this through the set button, then navigating to daily schedules.

These instructions vary depending on your model. Make sure to acquire the correct Bryant thermostat manual for your model to get the best instructions.

Bryant Thermostat Troubleshooting

Here are some troubleshooting steps compiled from Bryant thermostat manuals and resources from experts to help you get a headstart on issues you encounter.

Heating/cooling

Firstly, make sure the correct mode is operating. Check that Heat or Cool is displayed on the thermostat, whichever is supposed to. Otherwise, turn the correct mode on.

Most systems also employ a delay on switching modes to protect your equipment, so allow a few minutes to let it cycle.

When was the last time your system had maintenance? Regular maintenance helps your system function well. Check the equipment filters, vents, and grills to get a quick assessment of your system.

Malfunctioning thermostat

Check that your thermostat is getting enough power. How long has it been on the same battery?

If not on battery, check the c-wire (or g-wire, depending on the setup). Consider leaving this to the professionals.

Types of Bryant Thermostats

Bryant thermostats are neatly categorized according to their types. This starts with non-programmable thermostats, then there are programmable, Wi-Fi, and smart thermostats.

Smart thermostats

Smart thermostats are built with a lot of techs nowadays. On top of the Bryant lineup is their Evolution Connex thermostat, which they describe as more than just thermostats. Bryant considers them as “smart controls”, capable of many integrated features, especially with compatible equipment.

Bryant has partnerships with other brands, like ecobee and Cor Home Automation, allowing it to distribute their models compatible with other Bryant products.

Wi-Fi

These types of thermostats upgrades from regular programmable thermostats. The Bryant Housewise thermostat is an example. With wireless capability, they bring a lot more to the table, having some of the features of smart thermostats. You can control them remotely through wireless devices, receive alerts and reminders, and make more advanced programming.

Programmable

These thermostats are less capable than their wireless counterparts, but still provide value with the basic functionalities and cheaper price tag. Bryant has them under the Preferred and Legacy series.

Non-programmable

Though these are usually the cheapest thermostats, they do enough to just work. They are less complicated to use. With Bryant non-programmable thermostats, you can have a nice, unobtrusive design with a large, easy-to-read display, and can still be reminded to replace the filters.

About Bryant

Bryant is a long-standing company that started with Charles Bryant, emphasizing quality and reliability from their products. Bryant has been serving for more than a decade, providing homes with heating and cooling products. You might recognize them from their motto, Whatever It Takes.

Along with thermostats, their other products range from HVAC equipment like ACs and heat pumps to air quality appliances like humidifiers and ventilators. They even offer some light commercial rooftop products and split systems.

They’ve been active during the COVID season, able to patent an air purifier technology to effectively fight bacteria and viruses, including the SARS-CoV-2, which causes COVID-19.

Sources

https://www.bryant.com/

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