How Do I Cancel the Schedule on My Honeywell T6 Thermostat?
You can cancel the schedule on your Honeywell T6 Thermostat by turning off the schedule function for the device. This will have the Z-Wave thermostat ignore any schedule settings, and it will instead just run at the set temperature. The schedule can then be re-enabled later if needed.
It is also possible to override a set schedule on a Honeywell T6 Thermostat by setting a hold. This will tell the thermostat to ignore the set schedule and keep the building set at a specific temperature until the hold is cancelled or expires. All of the schedule settings will be kept in place when doing this.
Note: If you pair the T6 Thermostat with a system that uses an interactive automation platform like TC2 or ADC, then you will no longer be able to set permanent holds locally at the thermostat.
If you want to cancel a schedule and turn off the schedule function, complete the following steps:
1. Open the menu. Press the Menu button on the main screen of the Honeywell T6 Thermostat. This button is found at the bottom in the center.
2. Open the schedule menu. Use the arrow keys of the left and right sides of the Honeywell T6 Thermostat to find the Schedule option. Once you have found this option, press the Select button at the bottom to open the schedule menu,
3. Cancel the schedule. Press the Sched. On/Off button in the lower-right corner. The headline should read "Schedule Off". This indicates that the schedule has been cancelled.
4. Exit the menu. Press the back button in the lower left corner of the screen two times to exit the menu and return to the home screen. The schedule for the thermostat will now be cancelled.
If you want to re-enable the schedule for the T6 Thermostat, simply re-access the schedule menu, and press the Sched. On/Off button. All of the previously set up schedule settings will be enabled. You can then adjust the schedule for certain days and times of the week.
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