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Our upcoming piece in our series addressing smart thermostats will encompass an inclusive review of White Rodgers/Emerson Thermostats.

I examine their full product range, provide quick links to owners' manuals, discuss quick fixes for common issues, and take a look at their latest smart thermostats.

So whether you're wondering how your existing thermostat works, have issues that need troubleshooting, or looking to upgrade to a smart device, this guide has something for everyone.

Let's dive in!

White Rodgers / Emerson 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 White Rodgers / Emerson Thermostat Manual. You can enter the model number, name or description. We’ve also included images to help.

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Model Image Model ID Description Document Updated Downloads
Sensi
0037-7678003
Smart Thermostat 2019 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2019
Sensi
37-7649001
Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat 2017 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
1F95EZ-0671
Blue Easy Reader Thermostat 2009 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
B50
Electric-Heat Thermostat 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
37-7457A, BP150, BP150C, BP125C, 1E65-151
Line Voltage Programmable Thermostat 2013 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2013
F61 Series
F61
Adaptor Plate Assembly 1970 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1970
F61 Series
F61
Wall Plate Assembly 2005 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2005
1E78
Non-Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
M100
Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
M150
Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
NP110, 37-7581
Single-Stage Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F95-1277
Blue Universal Touchscreen Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
TYPE 151, 37-1118B
Room Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
Type 179, 37-0885B
SPDT Heating/Cooling Room Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
1A65/1A65W, 37-5427C
Electric-heat Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
1A66/1A66W, 37-5428C
Electric-heat Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
1E30N-910, 1E50N-301, 37-6844B
Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1E65-144, 37-6862D
Non-programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1E78, 37-6542C
5/2 Day Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F56N-444, 37-6881B
Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F72, 37-6498B
5/2 Day Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F78, 37-6615C
Non-Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F78, 37-6614C
5/2 Day Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F79, 37-6499B
Non-Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F80-0224, 37-7014A
Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F80-0261, 37-7009B
Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F80-361, 37-6621C
Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2007 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2007
1F82-0261, 37-7022C
Blue 2” Heat Pump Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F83C-11NP, 37-7479001
Single Stage Thermostat Battery Powered or Hardwired with Common 2019 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2019
1F83C-11PR, 37-7478A-EN
80 Series Single Stage Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F83H-21NP, 37-7569
80 Series Heat Pump Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F83H-21PR, 37-7511A-EN
80 Series Heat Pump Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F85U-22NP, 37-7572B-EN
80 Series Universal Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F85U-22PR, 37-7555B-EN
80 SeriesTM Universal Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F85U-42NP, 37-7573B-EN
80 SeriesTM Universal Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F85U-42PR, 37-7554D
Universal Thermostat 2017 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
B30, 37-7299B
Electric-heat Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
P150, 37-7579
Single-Stage Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
P210, 37-7578
Single-Stage Thermostat with 5-1-1 DAY scheduling 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F87U-42WF, ST55
Sensi Smart Thermostat 2020 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2020
1F87U-42WF, ST55
Sensi Smart Thermostat 2020 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2020
1F95U-42WF series, ST75 series, NH-AWIFI, OH-AWIF
Sensi Touch Smart Thermostat 2020 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2020
1F95U-42WF series, ST75 series, NH-AWIFI, OH-AWIFI
Sensi Touch Smart Thermostat 2020 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2020
1F89-211, 37- 6233H
Non-programmable Electronic Digital Heat Pump Thermostat 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
TYPE 152, TYPE 176, TYPE 196
Room Thermostats 2015 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
TYPE 152
Room Thermostats 2015 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F86-0244, 37-7010C
Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F82-261, 37-6175G
Programmable Electronic Digital Heat Pump Thermostat 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
1F86-344, 37-6585C
Non-Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
Emerson Blue Easy Set 1H/1C
1F86EZ-0251, 37-7201C
Non-Programmable Thermostat with 3 Temperature Pre-SetsHome, Sleep and Away 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F87-361, 37-6763C
Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2016 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
1F89-0211, 37-6997D
Blue 2” Heat Pump Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
Emerson Blue Easy Set 2H/1C
1F89EZ-0251, 37-7208B
Non-Programmable Thermostat with 3 Temperature Pre-SetsHome, Sleep and Away 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F95-0671, 37-6979B
Blue Universal Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2013 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2013
1F95-0680, 37-6819B
Blue Commercial Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option and Damper Control 2013 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2013
1F95-1280, 37-7322C
Blue Commercial Touchscreen Universal Thermostat with Damper or Economizer Control and Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
1F95-1291, 37-7313001
Blue Humidity Touchscreen Universal Thermostat with Humidity/Dehumidity Control and Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2019 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2019
1F95EZ-0671, 37-6986C
Blue Easy Reader Thermostat 2014 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2014
1F97-1277, 37-7388B
Blue Universal Touchscreen Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2015 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
F61 Series
37-6423A
Adaptor Plate Assembly 2002 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2002
1E78, 37-6620C
Non-Programmable Heat Only Thermostat 2010 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010

Latest Smart Emerson Thermostats

The Emerson range of smart thermostats is marketed under the brand name “Sensi”. They have been in the smart thermostat game for a number of years now with their Wi-Fi model ST55, and Touchscreen model ST75.

In 2023, they released their latest models, the Sensi Lite (ST25) and Sensi Touch 2 (ST76).

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The Sensi Lite is easy to install and doesn't need a C-wire, making it great for most homes. It also lets you control it from your phone and focuses on keeping your data private.

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The Sensi Touch 2 has a fancy touchscreen and can work with extra room sensors to make your whole home comfy. However, it needs a C-wire to set up so a little trickier to install if you don't have a C-wire available.

Both models can save you money on energy bills and send you reminders about things like filter changes.

How To Find Your Thermostat Model Number?

Your thermostat model number is important as it makes resetting or fixing your thermostat much easier and more efficient. You can find the model number in two different locations. 

  1. You may find the model number printed behind or on the surface of the thermostat near the operating keys or buttons. You may need to remove the faceplate to access the back of the thermostat.
  2. For some devices, you can find the model number through the operating menu of the thermostat.

Types of White Rodgers / Emerson / Sensi Thermostats

There are several types of White Rodgers / Emerson / Sensi thermostats on the market. These include;

  • Wi-Fi Thermostats
  • Programmable Thermostats
  • Line Voltage Thermostats
  • Non-Programmable Thermostats
  • Mechanical Thermostats
  • 80 Series Thermostats
  • 70 Series Thermostats
  • Blue Series 12” Touchscreen Thermostats
  • Blue Series 6” Touchscreen Thermostats
  • Blue Series 2” Touchscreen Thermostats
  • Classic 80 Series Digital Thermostats
  • Fan Coil Thermostat

Troubleshooting A White Rogers / Emerson Thermostat

Exact troubleshooting advice depends on the model. So I recommend you check the specific manual above for instructions. Below is some general advice to consider.

Thermostat Not Working

No Heat/No Cool/No Fan

There are several reasons why your fan, heat, or cool functions may not be working.

These could include a blown fuse, a tripped circuit breaker, an HVAC system that is turned off, a closed furnace blower door, improper furnace compartment door installation, or loose connections in either the thermostat or the HVAC system.

To address these issues, you could replace the blown fuse, reset the circuit breaker, turn the HVAC system back on, correctly position the furnace door, or tighten any loose connections.

Heat, Cool, or Fan Runs Constantly

If your heat, cool, or fan is running constantly, the most common culprit is often a short circuit in the thermostat or HVAC system wiring. To troubleshoot, turn off the power and carefully examine all wire connections to ensure there are no short circuits.

After checking, try resetting both the thermostat and the HVAC system. If the issue persists, I recommend contacting a pro.

Check out my guide on how to fix a heat pump that runs constantly.

Thermostat Display & Thermometer Disagree

If the temperature on your thermostat display doesn't match what you're seeing on a separate thermometer, don't panic just yet. A simple first step is to recalibrate the thermostat within a +/- 5-degree range to see if that resolves the discrepancy.

If the issue persists, it could point to a problem with the thermostat's internal sensor.

AC Not Cooling

Furnace (Air Conditioner) Cycles Too Fast or Slow

If your furnace or air conditioner is cycling too fast or too slow, the problem often comes down to the size of your HVAC system and where your thermostat is located.

If you have a digital thermostat, you can usually adjust the cycle rate directly in the installer settings by switching to ‘SLO' or slow cycle mode.

If you're using an older, non-digital thermostat, it may lack this feature, making it necessary to call an HVAC professional to examine your system size and thermostat placement.

The “Call for Service” icon appears on the display

This one is obvious! When the “Call for Service” icon shows up on your thermostat display, it's signaling that there's an issue requiring attention.

Common triggers for this message include distorted temperature readings, unresponsive buttons, a malfunctioning thermostat, or the device needing servicing.

Usually best to book in a pro to take a look.

Heat Pump 3

Heat pump system runs heat in cool mode/cool in heat mode

The reason for the distorted operation may simply be an improper O/B connection. To fix this problem, switch the “O” to “B” settings to “B” to “O’.

How To Reset Your White Rodgers / Emerson Thermostat

Resetting your White Rodgers or Emerson thermostat isn't the same for every model. Some, like the Classic 80 & 70 Series, need you to press specific buttons together, while others, Sensi Smart Thermostat, ask you to take out the batteries. Some have a reset option in their digital menu.

To find out how to reset your specific thermostat, click here for my full guide.

Sources

https://www.emerson.com/en-us

https://www.emerson.com/en-ca/commercial-residential/white-rodgers

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