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Filtrete 7-Day Programmable Thermostat 3M22


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Technical Details
Part Number 3M-22
Item Weight4 ounces
Product Dimensions10.9 x 6.9 x 1.8 inches
OriginImported (China)
Item model number3M-22
ColorWhites
  
Additional Information
ASINB0074A1QW0
Best Sellers Rank #225,093 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight4 ounces
Date First AvailableFebruary 1, 2012
  
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May reduce your heating/cooling bills by up to 33% when used as instructed. 100% compatibility guaranteed Easy to install and program Unlimited ways to program including 7 day, 5-1-1 and 5-2 Change filter indicator for cleaner air Mercury free Needs 3 AA Batteries (not included)

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I live in Texas.
Elizabeth Brewer
Tomorrow - it'll forget this setting, and I'll have to pump the "+" button get my favorite temperature again.
Daren S. Wilson
If you want the temp to stay within .5 degrees of the set temp, it will do it.
notyou-me

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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Stephen M. Lerch TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on March 25, 2013
We had to replace the old programmable touch screen thermostat we had as the touchscreen stopped touching. Went to the local big box hardware place and picked this one up (it was the cheapest w/ full 7 day programmability) for $30 on sale.

Swapping out the old thermostat and plugging this in was pretty simple. 3M have included a ton of stickers so that you can label every wire as you pull it off the old thermostat. If you don't label the wires, I'd say be prepared to call an electrician or heater repair place.

One other review says "this thing needs batteries." If you have power run from your furnace, as we have, then you really don't NEED the batteries. The batteries are only necessary because it has a powered display that, if you can't power it up, won't let you control your furnace (or AC).

Programming this required the manual for about 2 minutes. Once I read up on what buttons to press and in what order, setting the time of day and temperature for each day was bang on simple.

The only thing we had an issue with was how we had our HVAC settings. If you can't get your furnace to kick in, check these settings. Use the manual to decipher what mode 1-5 is. We needed ours set on Mode 5 as it does some preheating thing with the air before blowing air out of the furnace. Otherwise the thermostat clicked but the furnace never kicked in.

I am positive there are easier thermostats out there. The thing is, at this price point, this was the easiest to program according to what we read while in the store. The 3 Honeywells (none of which offered full 7 day programming, only 5-2 or 5-1-1) were about the same price but the manual was also needed. We know because we opened them in the store to read how to program.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Listener1 on December 11, 2013
I liked the 7-day control features, once I figured out how to operate it. After about a month, however, it no longer allowed me to change the settings, so I called the "customer service" number on the top. I called several times. Each time I was put on hold for 10 minutes, until a message came on asking me to leave my telephone number so they could call me back. I ignored that and called them later - again and again with the same results. I finally gave in and left my name and number. A month ago. I'm still waiting.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By notyou-me on January 4, 2013
I had a 13 year-old programmable thermostat that died due to corroded batteries. It protruded only a little from the wall, controlled the temperature well and had three temp settings per day. When leaving on vacation I would take about 45 seconds and reprogram it to use even less energy. The total buttons were +-temp, heat cool, fan, off. Some people want to program their thermostat via smart phone from work but I just want something that it easy to use when I'm standing in front of it.

This unit is nearly impossible to use without the instructions in front of you. Almost every button is either 2 or 3 function, which is fine except the delay between pushing the button and the action happening is really long. Remember the early digital cameras--push the button, watch the action go by, lower the camera, CLICK!? This is worse. It does have a nice feature called "swing" that lets the temp swing a user selected amount. If you want the temp to stay within .5 degrees of the set temp, it will do it. I chose 2 degrees. Their "holiday" setting uses much more energy than I would like to so, like my old one, I still have to reprogram the unit every time I leave on a long trip. Unless I have the instructions in front of me, I have not been completely successful. I could go on about the programming problems. It is telling that a company maintains a large help section on their website and even includes 24/7 chat. A thermostat should not be that complicated.

In addition the pathetic interface, the unit is thick. It looks fine from the front but the sides are ugly and protrude quite a way from the wall. Also, the upper and lower plastic parts of the cover slide side to side easily.

I've tried this one for six months, two seasons, and four trips away from home. Every time I interact with it to do more than raise the temp for a guest, it causes major frustration. Later this month it goes back.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Elizabeth Brewer on June 24, 2014
I live in Texas. As most people know Texas can get pretty hot during the summer time, and to have a reliable A/C unit is a must. This thermostat came with the house I brought, so I have no instructions on how to use it. I have never came across an thermostat that is so complicated to use. For the first several months of owning the house, I would wake up in the middle of the night to turn down the temperature because I was burning up. The thermostat only has two obvious buttons a + and - which unless you actually know how to program the thing only temporarily change the temperature. I finally found instructions via a youtube video to show how to program it, which was great but unfortunately the thing was not calibrated to the correct temperature. Apparently it thinks 80 degree room temp is really 74. In the year and a half of owning this house, i have only figured out how to barely program the thing and calibrate it and half the time it doesn't actually turn the ac on even if it is programmed to 5 degrees lower than what the room temperature is. I would not recommend buying this product. I have wanted to rip it out of the wall in the middle of the night.
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