I want to set my Thermostat to 72 degrees. If it drops below 72 the heater should come on. If it goes above 72 the air conditioner should come on. I tried to do this in the app but it is telling me (pop up box) that they have to be 5 degrees apart. I am super confused. This feature was the only one I wanted. Is this not possible with the Wyze Thermostat? Right now I have it set to it heating to 67 and cooling to 72. That is way too cold (67). But it is the only way that I see to set the air conditioner to 72.
Wyze set a 5 degree temp difference between heating and cooling. This is to prevent heat and cooling from fighting one another. Most thermostats are set to 3 degrees, not sure why Wyze chose 5 degrees.
Ok I guess that makes sense. Thanks!
One more question. Can I delete schedules all together and just adjust in manually? I dont see a way to delete the schedules. I unchecked all the days of the week but when I get down to the last day it wont let me uncheck it.
I agree. Here is Houston it can be 75 during the day and 45 at night this time of the year. I find myself having to adjust the cool temp to 75 so I can get the heater to come on and keep it at 70 during the night. I missed one day and woke up to a house that was 67.
I also wanted to delete the default schedule. I was looking for a delete button with no luck. So I decided to change the schedules. For example the default has a home and away schedule. I wanted to do away with the away schedule. There was no obvious way to delete the away schedule. But when I changed the time to match the home time, the app automatically only kept the home schedule thus deleting the away schedule. The app also came with a weekend and weekday default. I wanted to delete the weekend version. With no obvious delete button, I decided to add Saturday and Sunday to the weekday schedule. The app then deleted the weekend version. Not a typical user experience but the app won’t keep conflicting schedules so that’s the route to deleting as necessary.