Programming a Trane thermostat begins with selecting the comfort control you want to set. Set the clock or day schedule, and press the up and down buttons to select the weekday start time. Follow the same procedure to set the periods for leave, sleep, return and weekend...
Trane recommends troubleshooting when a thermostat has a problem including checking the circuit breaker, checking the gas source and resetting the thermostat. If none of the suggested troubleshooting helps, homeowners are advised to contact a Trane Comfort Specialist.
Common problems with Trane thermostats include no cooling, no heat and no airflow. If a Trane thermostat is experiencing any of these problems, there are several troubleshooting techniques available on the official Trane website.
A Trane heat pump thermostat is available from an authorized Trane distributor, and consumers can locate one by conducting a search on the official Trane website. By using the Find a Dealer option displayed on every page of the Trane website, consumers can enter their z...
Operating manuals for the Trane Honeywell thermostat can be found on the Manuals Online website. An alphabetized list of thermostat brands is available. Scrolling down to the Honeywell link and clicking on it accesses all available Honeywell thermostat models.
Trane heat pumps cost between $2,500 and $5,000, as of 2015. The difference in heat pump prices depends on a number of variables including size, product category and model.
Trane furnace codes are series of blinking red lights that alert the owner to various problems. The owner can check the owner's manual to determine the specific problem once the code has been deciphered.