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Honeywell Product Vr8304p4504 How To Find

How can i find out my computers product and product type so i can get my graphic card?

Computer doesn't have a make and model number anywhere on it?

Do you know where you bought it? Maybe you could call and ask.

What kind of drivers are you looking for that your are on the AMD site? ATI graphics drivers? You might be able to read what you need right off the motherboard.

More info would help

Honeywell is a multi-billion dollar company that was originally founded in 1885 but was acquired by a much larger Allied Signal who named the new company Honeywell to retain the brand equity of that name.Honeywell is a Fortune 100 company. In 2016, Honeywell ranked 75th in the Fortune 500. Honeywell has a global workforce of approximately 130,000, of whom approximately 58,000 are employed in the United States. The company is headquartered in Morris Plains, New Jersey.A lengthy description of Honeywell’s history is at: Honeywell - Wikipedia

My Honeywell Thermostat T6575C100 is Stuck!!!?

Pull the front cover off and you will find two wires. Don't worry these are not high voltage or anything so go ahead and disconnect the two wires and join them together and your heat will now come on. You will have to disconnect the two wires whenever you want the furnace to shut off i.e. bed time but just connect them in the morning to warm up. Remember, you must disconnect the wires when you go out to buy a new thermostat and you now know how to hook up the new one. Good luck.
Richard

Can I eliminate the purge on my Honeywell total zone 4?

If the system uses dampers, the basement zone may not be working.
If you have a separate system, read the red led diagnostic light on the circuit board for direction to the problem, which could be any one of ten causes.

We followed a few simple steps to open the Thermostat. This was to replace the batteries.A good reference is the Manual (which we do have). It explained the way the face plate of the thermostat locks into the wall unitThe next reference was YouTube -Knowing the Model number and having access to the manual is key.This made opening the Thermostat a breeze.

Believe it or not, there is more than one model of thermostats in the Honeywell product line. While my best advice is to review the manual that came with your thermostat, (or online if you can find it), here is how I get into my 5-day plus 2-day model: On the top edge of the plastic thermostat case there are two small indentations, or buttons. You press these down simultaneously and pull the upper part of the case away from the wall. If you just need to change the two batteries, there is a plastic lever on the upper right side that rotates clockwise (to your right). When the lever rotates, you will see the two “AA” batteries. Carefully note the orientation of the “+” and the ”-” poles, because it is easy to reverse them. Good luck with your endeavors!

Warning: READ ENTIRE POST THEN COME BACK TO TOP AND FOLLOW INSTRUCTIONS. I AM NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANYTHING OR ANYONE FOLLOWING THIS ADVICE. Pull the cover off your thermostat to expose wires. Take a picture or write down what connects where. DO NOT RELY ON MEMORY...YOU ARE HUMAN. If you disconnect a wire make sure it doesn't fall into wall via a plastic clip or wrapping it around a pencil or something, also don't let the disconnected wire touch anything except what you want it to, if it touches the wrong thing you could blow a transformer. These are low voltage wires so you don't need to worry about being shocked but still use precaution. Wires should be as follows...the Red wire is 28vthe Green wire is Indoor fanthe Yellow wire is Compressorthe White wire is Heatthe Orange wire is the SOV (switch over valve) for heat pumpsthe Black wire is Emergency or Secondary Heat If these aren't your colors you can look up your thermostat (most model numbers will lead you to an online manual for ANY product) and see which connection is for what and before you remove any wires take note of any change like for instance you have a blue wire on the terminal that your thermostat documentation says is for fan. Then instead of green in the above examples you would use blue.You should be able to take the wire that is connected to R on your old thermostat to R on new thermostat. Same with green, yellow, and white. For the other colors just for instance you have a blue wire connected to C on old thermostat then you connect blue to c on new thermostat...if you don't have C on new thermostat look in documentation to see which color is "common" and that's where you will put the wire that is attached to C on old thermostat. If you have a "common" on the old thermostat and don't on the new....it won't work. You would have to go trade that thermostat in for one with a "common" terminal.Good luck and I wish you all the best.

rth230b is obselete as i remember but manula is available on their websitePage on honeywell.com

You need to get the manual for your particular model of thermostat from honeywell and read it to get the appropriate set of instructions. You can get the model number from the unit itself but you may need to separate the halves to do so. The front comes off typically by pressing slightly downward while pulling out on the bottom and then lifting it off, but be careful, there are no guarantees this is how your (unseen to me) model opens up. You might be able to identify the model by the number of days it is programmable for, its voltage, and other factors. Your qualified installer is your best source for a quick easy answer.