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Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

SKU:1F89-211

Brand: White Rodgers

White Rodgers
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$44.85
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$219.75 / box (5 units x $43.95)
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Specs

Stages:
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2 Heat/1 Cool (Heat Pump)
Application: Heat Pump
Multi Stage (Heat/Cool)
Programmability: Non-Programmable
User Interface: Push Button
Mount: Horizontal
Power Method: Hardwired
Temperature Range (F): 45°-90°F
Amperage:
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0.05-1.5
Voltage:
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Low voltage
Wattage:
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1 to 45
Wiring: W2
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O/B
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Color: White
Height: 3-4/5"
Width (Inches): 6-1/10"
Depth (Inches): 1-1/10"

Description for White Rodgers 1F89-211

Display: Large LCD with improved contrast for easier reading; lighted display for easier low-light viewing
Dimensions: 3.8"H x 6.1"W x 1.1"D

  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat

  • System Switch- Heat, Off, Cool

  • Fan Switch

  • Hardwired (R-C)

  • Range 45-90° F.

  • Choice of 5/1/1 day programmable or non-programmable

  • 4 time and 4 temperature settings per program (heat & cool)

  • Energy savings up to 33%

  • Pre-programmed software simplifies time and temperature programming

Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

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5.0

Worked great

By DIY

from Ayden, NC

Verified Buyer

Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

Exact replacement, worked right out of box. Shipping was faster than expected.

 
5.0

Very satisfied

By JP

from St Joseph , MO

Verified Buyer

Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

To replace my existing thermostat, one for spare in the future, easy to install, led screen, good price, fast delivery!

 
4.0

White Rodgers Thermostat 1F89-211

By Tom

from Allentown, PA

Verified Buyer

Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

I use this unit to control a heat pump with a propane furnace as back up heat. Installed myself in about ten minutes. Very easy to do if you are handy with a screw driver. It was a replacement for a like in kind thermostat that was 8+ years old. Pretty much a basic model but it does the job.

 
5.0

Awesome product

By Michael

from Arkansas

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Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

Awesome product ,would recommend this product to anyone wanting a simple,yet reliable product.easy,fast shipping at a great price

 
5.0

solid product

By mm

from branson

Verified Buyer

Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

great basic thermostat for heat pumps

 
5.0

Great Thermostat!!

By 84randomdude

from Sanford, NC

Verified Buyer

Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

I bought this thermostat to replace a 1994 Honeywell T874 Heat Pump thermostat, that was getting VERY inaccurate, cycled on and off way too frequently, and just wasn't doing what it was supposed to do.
White Rodgers is my favorite thermostat brand, so I bought this one. I works GREAT! It controls a 1994 3.5 ton Heat Pump unit, with an all electric air handler. Have had it for about 3 months now, and it's still doing what it is supposed to do. Does a GREAT job, cycles perfectly, and is a lot more accurate. I'd definitely recommend it!!

 
5.0

JUST WHAT I NEEDED

By Tammy the Remodeler

from Conway, Arkansas

Verified Buyer

Comments about Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts:

I bought this product from PexSupply, because every local hardware store in my town did not sell this brand. I could have changed my thermostat to the brand they sold at the hardware store ,but I didn't want that! So, I searched the internet for my brand and series and I found PexSupply to have the better price and the exact product I needed, so I purchased it from them[...]r. Thanks for having my product!! VERY SATISFIED!!!! Tammy Gwatney

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  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    low battery light is on.How do i open the cover to replace them.
    Asked on 3/11/2012 by jerry

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      A:

      Grasp the cover, with your fingers on the top, and thumb on the bottom, and pull outwards, away from the wall, and it should come free. Then when you are done, simply snap it back into place.

      Answered on 3/11/2012 by Another PexSupply Customer
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    What does the flame-like symbol under the temperature (for heat currently) mean? I don't ever recall seeing it and do not have a manual for the thermostat. Thanks.
    Asked on 1/15/2012 by Anonymous from Houston, TX

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      A:

      The flame icon indicates that the auxiliary heat system is activated. This will typically occur on cold days when the boiler alone cannot meet heating demands.

      Answered on 1/17/2012 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    Is this the replacment for White -Rogers 1F86-244
    Thank you
    Asked on 12/10/2011 by Anonymous from Jefferson, OH

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      A:

      The manufacture recommends 1F86-0471. This unit could also work, but only if you have a heat pump.

      Answered on 12/16/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    No heat/AC. The snowflake remains visible and the numbers say 50 and 80 but neither the heat nor AC will come on. The up and down red and blue arrow buttons have not effect. The fan will come on when switch is moved to fan, from auto. Changed the batteries and the numbers 50 and 80 and snowflake remain the same. What is wrong?
    Asked on 11/22/2011 by Anonymous

    2 answers

    • A:

      Check the fuse may be it's blown or tripped circuit breaker, Furnace blower compartment door may be improperly installed.

      Answered on 12/6/2011 by Anonymous from None
    • CUSTOMER CARE

      A:

      It sounds to us like there may be a wiring issue or the thermostat may be bad.

      Answered on 12/14/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    What dose it mean when the emergency icon is blinking?
    Asked on 10/27/2011 by bama68 from alabama

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  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    what does it mean when the word filter comes on in lower left side. Changed filter in A/C but word did not go away.
    Asked on 8/9/2011 by Anonymous from eatonton, ga.

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      A:

      "Filter" appears on the screen to give you a warning that, based on the pre-programmed interval between 50 and 1,950 hours, you may need to replace your filter. You must press the up and down arrow at the same time in order to reset the timer and remove the message from the display.

      Answered on 8/9/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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      A:

      You have to re-set the filter reminder so it will stop flashing. This can be done in the installer's menu by pressing both the up and down arrows at the same time.

      Answered on 9/9/2011 by 84randomdude from Sanford, NC
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    does this model have a battery?
    Asked on 4/10/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      This thermostat has the option of backup 'AA' batteries. They are not included.

      Answered on 4/11/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
    • A:

      I just purchased this thermostat and the backup batteries ARE included with the thermostat!

      Answered on 7/28/2011 by whiterodgersman from Sanford, NC
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    What to do when the screen says "Battery Low"
    Asked on 3/25/2011 by Anonymous from anna, il

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      A:

      The AA batteries in this unit are optional; they provide power to the thermostat in case of a power failure. If you want to have that option, they need to be replaced.

      Answered on 3/28/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    After room comes to temperature that was set, the system shuts down but then between 2-5 minutes later the fan kicks on and seems to stay on for quite a long time. Could you tell me if this is suppose to happen and if it is, why would it say on for so long?
    Asked on 1/9/2011 by Anonymous

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      A:

      This probably should not be happening. The manufacturer recommends that you switch the fan from the gas to the electric setting.

      Answered on 2/9/2011 by PexSupply Staff from NY
  • Non-Programmable Digital Thermostat, Standard Heat Pump (2H/1C), 24 Volts

    Q:

    If the flame in the bottom right hand corner is blinking does that mean the emergency heat is on or does that mean the normal heat is working
    Asked on 12/18/2010 by Pat from Pine Knot, Ky

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      A:

      If the flame icon (or snowflake icon) is flashing, it means the compressor lockout feature is operating. If you adjust the temperature setting 4 degrees above room temperature, the auxiliary heat system will begin to operate and the flame icon will be flashing. Press to adjust temperature setting below room temperature and the heating system should stop operating.

      Answered on 12/21/2010 by PexSupply Staff from NY
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