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Old 04-12-2022, 08:44 AM   #21
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So it is pulling the o/a temp from local weather via wifi?
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Old 04-12-2022, 09:15 AM   #22
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From the manual.

Local weather is displayed on the main screen and shown visibly in section (2) Local Weather under section Main Screen. Tapping the button will reveal more detailed weather information of the last received weather data. The local temperature is displayed in the lower left corner of the main screen, as shown in section (11) Outside Temperature.
A valid location and an internet connection on the thermostat are required to retrieve weather data. Local time data also requires valid location data. Location is saved in the thermostat when a Bluetooth connection is made from a smart device with its location services enabled. The location in the thermostat is updated when a subsequent Bluetooth connection is made with a different smart-device location than the one saved. Location is preserved through power losses or device restarts.
New weather data is retrieved when there is a screen press or when a connection from a smart device is made, along with the above prerequisites.
Time is pulled in when a Bluetooth or Wi-Fi connection is made from the app. Also, an internet connection on the thermostat will grab the time so long as there is a valid saved location. If power is interrupted or the device is restarted, it will go out to the internet to grab the current time when the internet connection is re-established, without app interaction.
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Old 04-25-2022, 05:49 AM   #23
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I got it installed over the weekend. Didn't get any pictures. I used a straight edge to draw a pencil line between the existing mount holes. I drilled two new pilot holes just inside the existing holes. Installed the two mount screws with the little plastic spacer that got the hole spacing correct. Cut the tie between the screws. Plugged the two pigtails into the new thermostat and slipped the thermostat over the mount tabs. Once connected to WiFi it did receive one update.

I used the heat pump over the weekend and the thermostat appeared to work ok. Need to learn the interface.
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Old 04-26-2022, 06:43 AM   #24
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Interested to know if you feel the Temps are held more accurately than the old stat
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Old 04-26-2022, 07:26 AM   #25
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Too soon to tell and the issue I had with the old thermostat. I had to adjust the thermostat to get heat or AC to turn off and on.

This past weekend the new thermostat appeared to work better. But I only used it for a few hours. I used the heat pump mode. It seemed to keep a steady temperature without having to baby the thermostat.

I don't have any trips planned in the near future to get a better feel for how its working. I do need to read up on the operation. It was a bit confusing at first on the operation and app use.
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Old 04-27-2022, 07:26 AM   #26
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Too soon to tell and the issue I had with the old thermostat. I had to adjust the thermostat to get heat or AC to turn off and on.

This past weekend the new thermostat appeared to work better. But I only used it for a few hours. I used the heat pump mode. It seemed to keep a steady temperature without having to baby the thermostat.

I don't have any trips planned in the near future to get a better feel for how its working. I do need to read up on the operation. It was a bit confusing at first on the operation and app use.
I had much confusion and many troubles when I first installed my 354. The biggest problem was in the settings. I take it that you have but one zone? I don't know what options are available for you. My best advise is to make certain the options are correct to match your system.
As for the Heat/Cool setting? That is a great feature. For example, when we go to bed the coach may be a bit warm for sleeping comfort. But we don't want it to get too cool so I set the temperature at 66*, our sleeping comfort setting. The coach will cool down to 66*. During the night the outside temperature drops to 45* let's say. As the coach cools to below 66* the heatpump come on to keep the 66* setting. That is a sweet feature.
We were in TN this weekend. The coach is in AL. Via the WiFi I set checked and set the temperature. Worked slick as can be.
The features are many. Just experiment with them. Discover through experimenting.
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Old 04-27-2022, 08:19 AM   #27
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I'm going over the manual. I have a better understanding of the settings and operation modes. I need to double check my settings. When I used it this past weekend I now know I had it in auto cool/heat pump mode with gas mode enabled based on the dual set points displayed.

You are correct the auto modes are a great feature for auto day cool and night heat operation.
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