- Improper heating or cooling
- Suddenly turning off
- Blinking lights
- Error codes
- Noise; and more
Ways To Reset Your Mitsubishi Thermostat
Since Mitsubishi manufactures a variety of thermostats, they may have different ways of being reset. So, we recommend finding out more about your device through its manual or visiting the official Mitsubishi website for better results. You can also contact a professional by looking up the air conditioner service near me to understand your thermostat better.
Steps To Resetting Your Thermostat
1. Programmable Thermostat
A simple battery back-flip or replacement does the trick with a programmable thermostat.
- Switch off your thermostat (OFF position).
- Open the battery door and pull out the batteries.
- Reinsert the batteries backward (the negative ends should meet the positive terminals) and wait 5 seconds.
- Remove the batteries again and insert them the right way.
- Your thermostat has reset once the display has turned back on, and you can test if it has fixed your thermostat or HVAC issues.
2. Non-Programmable Thermostat
3. Mechanical Thermostat
As their name suggests, these thermostats are non-programmable, and you need to set, turn on, and turn them off manually. Furthermore, since they are not battery operated, you need to reset their circuit breaker instead. Here’s a step-by-step on how you can reset your mechanical thermostat:
- Switch your thermostat to the off position.
- Find the circuit breaker that controls your HVAC system and turn it off.
- Wait for 30 seconds. The reset process will run during this time.
- Turn your breaker back on and then switch on your thermostat.
- Adjust the thermostat to the desired settings to check if it is in working order.