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Honeywell Home T9 Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat with Smart Sensor

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Honeywell Home T9 Smart Wi-Fi Thermostat with Smart Sensor is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best Thermostat I've used. Best Thermostat I've used. Had a NEST before the Honeywell T9, and problem with the NEST from day one. It has been almost a year since I installed the NEST and gave me off and on problem. Before it hit the one year, the battery died on me. Never get a thermostat that runs on battery. It's an internal battery that cannot replace. After replacing it with the Honeywell T9, Everything went smooth. It even comes with an extra sensor for the other room you wanted to monitor. Like, for me, I needed to have my master bedroom as my priority room to check on, not the first floor hallway (that's where the Thermostat is located). It cost less than the NEST thermostat.
Date published: 2020-08-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from It Was Great For 2 Weeks... My pvac guy installed my new Honeywell t9 smart thermostat and it worked great for 2 weeks, then it died. The bad part about having only a screen and no switches is that I couldnt even try to turn only the fan on. No idea what had happened. Pvac guy comes back and tells me thermostat is bad causing the air handler to blow a fuse. UGH! It's a good thing I had saved my previous digital (non-smart) thermostat. After he replaced the fuse and reinstalled the old thermostat, I had air conditioning again. Of course that was $ 98.44 later. So I basically paid them to install it and then 2 weeks later remove it. I've lived in this house over 20 years and never had a fuse blow in my air handler before. The only thing different was the new thermostat. Since I'm within my 30 days I can return for a new one (hmmm) or try a different brand. I see no other reviews here so I'm gonna think on it for a few days.
Date published: 2019-09-20
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