In this tutorial, you will learn the meaning of Sleep on Honeywell Thermostat. And you will also learn how to set sleep mode on Honeywell Thermostat.
There are four modes on your Honeywell Thermostat. These are wake, sleep, return, and leave. Each of the modes on the thermostat has its purpose that I will be discussing in detail.
Let us discuss in detail these modes available on your Honeywell Thermostat.
What Does Sleep Mean On Honeywell Thermostat?
Before you understand what is sleep means you need to understand what is wake means on your thermostat. Wake is a feature on your Honeywell thermostat that has a scheduled time that allows your thermostat to either cool or heat the room based upon a particular schedule.
SupposeSuppose you want your house temperature to be cooled to 69F or to your desired temperature at 6:00 am then you will set the wake timing in your thermostat to 6:00 am at the temperature 69F.
Soon after that, your thermostat will start in and ensure that the temperature in your room is maintained at 69 degrees Fahrenheit. For your Honeywell Thermostat, sleep refers to the time during which your thermostat is not awake or is outside of the scheduled wake time that you have programmed into the thermostat.
Typically, you do not want your thermostat to change the temperature for a period while you are sleeping, so when you go to bed, you set your thermostat to sleep mode, which by default begins at 10:00 p.m. and lasts until the next morning before your wake time.
This feature is introduced in your Thermostat for Energy Saving. As a period of the day, you plan for your thermostat to heat or cool your house.
What Does Wake Mean On Honeywell Thermostat?
Now since I am discussing the Sleep mode it is good to know about the wake mode as well for your Honeywell Thermostat.
The term “wake” refers to the morning schedule on your thermostat from when you want to change the temperature or set a specific temperature, either cold or hot, on your thermostat.
If you want to set your room temperature to 75F from 7:00 am and want to make sure your sleep mode switches to wake mode then you need to set the wake schedule on your thermostat.
Honeywell Thermostat Stuck On Sleep Mode
If your Honeywell Thermostat is stuck on sleep mode or it is not switching to the wake mode even after setting the schedules then you must troubleshoot your thermostat to check if there are any issues with it.
Or you can simply reset your Honeywell thermostat to factory settings and then check if the wake and sleep modes are working or not.
Reset Honeywell Thermostat
Follow the below steps to reset the Honeywell Thermostat. Note that resetting the thermostat may differ based upon the model you are using but steps usually remain the same.
- Make sure that your theromstat is powered on.
- For a while, Press and hold down the Menu button.
- Go to the left and choose “Reset” on the screen.
- Select the Factory by Clicking On Select on the screen.
- To answer “Are you sure?”, simply press the “Yes” button.
- Your device has now been reset.
Once your device has been reset successfully check for all the modes if they are working or not. If your Honeywell Thermostat is still stuck on the sleep mode even after reset then you should contact the Honeywell Customer Service.
I hope you understood what does sleep mean on A Honeywell thermostat. It is the time when your thermostat will not make any changes to your room temperature. I have also listed what you can do if your thermostat is stuck in sleep mode.
Let me know in the comment section if you are still facing any issues. I will be happy to help you as soon as possible.
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