1. This is an internal filter reminder in the thermostat reminding you its time to clean your return air filter ( if fitted).
    This can be reset by pressing and holding the "Mode" and "Fan" buttons simultaneously for 5 seconds. If this feature is not required it can be disabled via the installer settings, refer to installer manual "FT" Filter warning option.

  2. You have a programmable thermostat and one of the default programs is set to 16DegC. You need to edit the program to suit your requirements. refer to user manual for you model thermostat.

  3. This is an internal filter reminder in the thermostat reminding you its time to clean your return air filter ( if fitted). This can be reset by pressing " FILTER " button once, the display will show hours of usage (counter) ie ( 450hrs) press and hold the " FILTER " button again for 5 seconds, the display will briefly flash and the counter will reset to 000.

  4. Press and hold the "O/Ride" button for 15 Seconds. The display will show "8815". Adjust this value to "8821" ( default Pin is 21 ) using the "UP Arrow" button. Tap the "O/RIDE" button again, the display will show menu location PN21. If you have entered an incorrect PIN you will be exited from this menu. You will need to contact your installer for PIN or have the thermostat returned to an authorised Smart Temp agent for re programming. A fee may apply. Tap the "O/RIDE" button again, the display will show the next menu location "LC0#". ( Lock Level) . Adjust this value to "LC00" then tap the "mode" button to exit installer menu. Your thermostat is now unlocked. For further information refer to Page 20 & 21 of the installer manual. https://smarttemp.com.au/Documents/Manuals/smt-770-InstallManual.pdf

  5. Press and hold the "Fan" and "Mode" buttons on the LCD for 8 Seconds.

  6. Replace your thermostat batteries with a fresh set of Alkaline type. If it still continues to heat after the batteries have been replaced then you may have a faulty thermostat. Remove thermostat from wall and contact your service technician for repair or replacement.

  7. This is a malfunction with your thermostat. Try replacing the batteries or resetting your thermostat. If this fails, then you will need to have your thermostat replaced. Contact your installer or Smart Temp.

  8. If you have a battery powered thermostat replace with a fresh set of Alkaline batteries. If it continues to switch off you will need to have your heater serviced by a qualified technician.

  9. Yes but you will require a 24V neutral connection to your thermostat . You will require a third wire to be installed by a technician or our install SMT-2W5 interface module.