How to Reconnect Honeywell Thermostat to WiFi

You might need to reconnect your Honeywell smart thermostat (t-stat) to the internet, by changing a new WiFi network. Perhaps you moved it, and the WiFi it worked with before is now out of range. So in this post, we cover how to reconnect a typical Honeywell smart thermostat to a WiFi network.  We offer … Continue reading How to Reconnect Honeywell Thermostat to WiFi



How to Cancel Hold on Honeywell Thermostat

Here, we cover how to cancel hold on a common Honeywell thermostat.  But why would hold ever be ON in the first place? Well, the hold feature on many programmable thermostats allows the user to override scheduled temperature settings, and set the temperature manually.  When a thermostat is following its schedule, it is not on … Continue reading How to Cancel Hold on Honeywell Thermostat



Honeywell RTH9580WF Smart Thermostat Review

The Honeywell RTH9580WF smart thermostat represents a clear advance from the RTH8580WF model, reviewed earlier.  On this model, they improved the screen from the green color so common with older thermostats with black lettering.  In this model, it’s now a full-color, brighter, higher contrast, LCD display. Honeywell RTH9580WF Smart Thermostat Introduction The Full Color Touchscreen … Continue reading Honeywell RTH9580WF Smart Thermostat Review



Fixing WiFi Problems on Honeywell Thermostat

The Honeywell RTH9580WF 1005 Smart WiFi Thermostat offers convenience and programming flexibility along with remote access and control via the  Honeywell Total Connect Comfort  website. But this thermostat relies on a solid WiFi internet connection to work, and often problems and issues arise with this link.  These can interfere with remote control of the t-stat. … Continue reading Fixing WiFi Problems on Honeywell Thermostat



Thermostat Reads Higher than Actual Temperature

When a thermostat reads higher than actual temperature, your home can get too cold in the winter.  It can also become  too warm in summer.  Now At least several factors affect the thermostat temperature reading besides actual room temperature.  These include aging components drifting out of tolerance in older thermostats.  Or, an improperly positioned thermostat … Continue reading Thermostat Reads Higher than Actual Temperature



Reconnecting Honeywell Thermostat RTH9580WF

You might need to reconnect your Honeywell RTH9580WF smart thermostat (t-stat) to the internet, by changing a new WiFi network. Perhaps you moved the t-stat, and the WiFi it worked with before went out of range. So in this post, we cover reconnecting Honeywell Thermostat RTH9580WF to WiFi network, and offer how-to, step-by-step instructions to … Continue reading Reconnecting Honeywell Thermostat RTH9580WF



How to Set Permanent Hold on Honeywell Thermostat

Here, we cover how to set permanent hold on a typical Honeywell thermostat.  Now the permanent hold feature on many programmable thermostats allows the user to override scheduled temperature settings for an indefinite period.  In permanent hold, you can set the temperature manually, and have that setting remain until you release the hold.  On the … Continue reading How to Set Permanent Hold on Honeywell Thermostat



Honeywell Thermostat Not Following Schedule

Here, we discuss a Honeywell thermostat not following schedule, and how to fix that.  If the thermostat is otherwise working as it should, it could be that its Schedule Hold   feature is activated. So switch this off, and chances are that normal schedule following returns. But why would schedule following ever be OFF? Well, this … Continue reading Honeywell Thermostat Not Following Schedule



How to Restart Honeywell Thermostat

You may wish to learn how to restart Honeywell thermostat if it behaves strangely.  For example, it may freeze, hang, or not work the furnace.  Or, it does not connect to Wi-Fi, or sends no data to the Honeywell Total Comfort Connect servers.  Any of these issues a restart might fix. How to Restart Honeywell … Continue reading How to Restart Honeywell Thermostat



Honeywell RLV310A Line Voltage Thermostat Review

We purchased two of these Honeywell line voltage digital thermostat RLV310A  units for the electric baseboard heaters around our home. At a cost of about $30 from Lowe’s home improvement center, the price seemed okay.  Indeed, the RLV310A has proven highly reliable and trouble-free.  It’s an excellent electric heating thermostat (t-stat). The RLV310A is lots quieter. That is, it … Continue reading Honeywell RLV310A Line Voltage Thermostat Review