Installation Instructions for a Honeywell Vision Pro 8000


The Honeywell Vision Pro 8000 thermostat is a touch-screen thermostat, designed to operate your home's air conditioner and heat system. The Vision Pro 8000 allows you to set an automatic heating and cooling schedule for each day of the week, enabling you to increase energy efficiency while you are out of the house. If you are replacing an existing thermostat, during removal be sure to label each wire and the terminal to which it is connected.

Things You'll Need

  • Screwdriver
  • Masking tape
  • Pencil
  • Drill
  • 3/16-inch drill bit
  • 7/32-inch drill bit
  • Turn off the power to your heating system and air conditioner in your breaker panel.

  • Remove your old thermostat from the wall. Pull the cover straight off or press the tab on the bottom of the cover and lift it off. Remove the mounting screws and then remove the thermostat base from the wall. Wrap each wire with a small piece of masking tape and label the wires with the letters of the terminals to which they are connected. Unscrew the terminal screws and remove the wires. Wrap each wire around a pen to prevent the wires from falling back into the wall.

  • Place the base of the Honeywell Vision Pro 8000 against the wall and mark the screw hole locations on the wall using a pencil.

  • Remove the base and then drill the holes into the wall. If drilling into drywall, use a 3/16-inch drill bit. If drilling into plaster, use a 7/32-inch drill bit.

  • Press the wall anchors into the holes.

  • Connect the wires to the terminals on the Vision Pro 8000. To connect, match wire letter codes labeled on the wires in Step 2 with the terminals of the same code. Unscrew the terminal screws, insert the wires and the tighten the terminal screws to secure the wires.

  • Place the base against the wall and then secure it to the wall using the mounting screws.

  • Remove the tab on the right-side of the rear of the thermostat faceplate.

  • Place the three AA batteries included with the thermostat onto the rear of the faceplate and press the faceplate onto the base.

  • Restore power to your heating system and air conditioner.

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