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It can be quite nerve-wracking trying to reset or restart your thermostat after a power cut with no success. Or maybe you're lost trying to program a new schedule?

That is why we’ve provided links to their most popular White Rodgers / Emerson Thermostat Instruction Manuals to help you get back up and running.

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White Rodgers / Emerson Thermostat Manuals

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Model Image Model ID Description Document Updated Downloads
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
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
1F83C-11NP, 37-7479001
Single Stage Thermostat Battery Powered or Hardwired with Common 2019 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2019
Sensi
0037-7678003
Smart Thermostat 2019 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2019
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
1F85U-42PR, 37-7554D
Universal Thermostat 2017 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
Sensi
37-7649001
Touch Wi-Fi Thermostat 2017 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2017
1F87-361, 37-6763C
Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2016 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
1F89-211, 37- 6233H
Non-programmable Electronic Digital Heat Pump Thermostat 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
1F95-1277
Blue Universal Touchscreen Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
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
B50
Electric-Heat Thermostat 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
1F82-261, 37-6175G
Programmable Electronic Digital Heat Pump Thermostat 2016 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2016
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
P210, 37-7578
Single-Stage Thermostat with 5-1-1 DAY scheduling 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
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
1F97-1277, 37-7388B
Blue Universal Touchscreen Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2015 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
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
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
NP110, 37-7581
Single-Stage Thermostat 2015 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2015
1F95EZ-0671, 37-6986C
Blue Easy Reader Thermostat 2014 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2014
37-7457A, BP150, BP150C, BP125C, 1E65-151
Line Voltage Programmable Thermostat 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
1F95-0671, 37-6979B
Blue Universal Thermostat with Automatic Heat/Cool Changeover Option 2013 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2013
M150
Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F79, 37-6499B
Non-Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F72, 37-6498B
5/2 Day Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
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
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
1F86-344, 37-6585C
Non-Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
M100
Thermostat 2011 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2011
1F89-0211, 37-6997D
Blue 2” Heat Pump Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1E78
Non-Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F86-0244, 37-7010C
Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F82-0261, 37-7022C
Blue 2” Heat Pump Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1E78, 37-6620C
Non-Programmable Heat Only Thermostat 2010 Installation Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1E78, 37-6542C
5/2 Day Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F78, 37-6614C
5/2 Day Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F78, 37-6615C
Non-Programmable Thermostat 2010 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2010
1F95EZ-0671
Blue Easy Reader Thermostat 2009 Owners Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F80-0261, 37-7009B
Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F80-0224, 37-7014A
Blue 2” Single Stage Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F56N-444, 37-6881B
Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1E65-144, 37-6862D
Non-programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1E30N-910, 1E50N-301, 37-6844B
Thermostat 2009 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2009
1F80-361, 37-6621C
Programmable Electronic Digital Thermostat 2007 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2007
F61 Series
F61
Wall Plate Assembly 2005 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2005
F61 Series
37-6423A
Adaptor Plate Assembly 2002 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2002
1A66/1A66W, 37-5428C
Electric-heat Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
1A65/1A65W, 37-5427C
Electric-heat Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
Type 179, 37-0885B
SPDT Heating/Cooling Room Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
TYPE 151, 37-1118B
Room Thermostat 2000 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 2000
F61 Series
F61
Adaptor Plate Assembly 1970 Instruction Manual
Document(s) Updated: 1970

How To Find Your Thermostat Model Number?

Your thermostat model number is important as it makes resetting or fixing your thermostat much easier and 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

What's included in your White Rodgers / Emerson Instruction Manual

Installation Guide

At SmartHomePerfected we always advise readers not to undertake any work they are not competent in performing and if in any doubt, it is best to seek the assistance of a professional.

While the instructions vary per model, generally speaking it is easy to remove an old thermostat and replace with a new one. To do so, gently pull the thermostat housing away from the base that is attached to the wall. Pulling it gently ensures that you don’t pull the base off in the process.

If the thermostat housing doesn’t pull away easily, it may be attached to the base using screws or a lockable latch. Therefore, use a properly fitting screwdriver to use it or release the locked latch.

Wiring New Thermostat

Turn of the HVAC system and the electrics in your home.  Remove the old front cover and thermostat housing to expose the wire connections and detach them. Take the new thermostat and its connection sticker label. Match the wire labels to the colored wires protruding from the thermostat base to ensure you connect the right wire to each thermostat terminal. Remove the old base and screw in the new thermostat base.  

Attach the new thermostat and add batteries to the base. Using a precision screwdriver, connect the marked terminal wires. Switch on the gas/electric button on the base and at the A/B or O wire button depending on the wire connections on the thermostat. Cover the thermostat housing, turn on the thermostat, and begin to use it.

Supported HVAC Systems

The White Rodgers/Emerson thermostats support a wide selection of HVAC systems. These include;

  • Conventional Heating and Cooling
    • Gas Furnace
    • Air Conditioner
    • Electric Furnace
    • Boiler
  • Heat Only
    • Gas Furnace
    • Electric Furnace
    • Boiler
  • Cool Only
    • Air Conditioner
    • Heat Pump
  • Communicating ProprietarySystems
  • Line Voltage
  • Millivolt Systems
  • Remote Sensors, whole home, humidifiers, and dehumidifiers

Check the specific model's manual for exact compatibility.

Guide to Interface

White Rodgers / Emerson thermostat interfaces are typically pretty simple to operate. Whether you have a touch screen or button keys, you will find two temperature up and down icons on the same right side, a humidity set-point just below, a menu key for entering different modes, and a battery level indicator just above it. 

On the left side, at the top left is the time and day indicator, a system switch below the time indicator, and the fan switch below it. In the middle, the thermostat displays the current room temperature. 

Operation Modes

Operating the thermostat is quite simple as well. It all depends on the model you have. However, in general, you will have a switch bottom on the face-plate.  Each thermostat has two to three operating modes, i.e. cooling, heating, and fan operation.

Troubleshooting A White Rogers / Emerson Thermostat

Exact troubleshooting advise depends on the model. Check the specific manual above for instructions.

No Heat/No Cool/No Fan

There are several reasons why your fan/heat/cool functions may not be working. These include a clown up fuse, tripped circuit breaker, turned off HVAC system, shut furnace blower door, improper furnace compartment door installation, or loose connection in either thermostat or HVAC system.

To solve the problem, replace the fuse, switch on the circuit breaker again, reposition the furnace door panel to the proper position, or tighten the connections, respectively.

Heat, Cool or Fan Runs Constantly

The number one may cause to this problem is that there may be a short circuit wiring in the thermostat or the HVAC system. To resolve the problem, examine all the connections to the wires and make sure they are not shortened.

Reset the thermostat and HVAC system. If the problem continues, call a professional.

Thermostat Display & Thermometer Disagree

When you experience a thermostat display or temperature disagree problem, the issue is not normally as significant. This is a simple display problem and all it needs is to be readjusted, Simply reset the display to a +/-5 degree margin.

Furnace (Air Conditioner) Cycles Too Fast or Slow

The cooling or heating cycle rate is normally affected but the heating system size and the thermostat location. To fix this problem, you want to set your thermostat to the SLO (slow cycle mode) in the installer menu.

Ideally, you want to have a digital thermostat. If not, then, you have to fix the two factors above – which means you have to call an HVAC professional.

“Call for Service” icon appears on displayed

This message appears on the display when one of the five things occurs. These include a distorted temperature cooling/heating temperature margin, buttons don’t operate, the thermostat is broken, or needs service.

In this case, you want to correct the heat or cool temperature values, replace the thermostat, or simply call an HVAC professional.

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

 To reset the thermostat, click and hold the UP/DOWN arrow and the time key at the same time. The display will become clear and the thermostat reset. Alternatively, click and hold on to the UP/Down arrow button and transfer the switch from OFF to Heat.

The display becomes clear and the thermostat reset. For a smart thermostat, press the menu, then, go to about thermostat, press the factory reset and the thermostat should be reset to factory configurations.

Conclusion

Hopefully these instruction manuals will help you to fix your HVAC problem. If your particular model is not listed above, leave a comment below.

Sources

https://climate.emerson.com/

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