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How do I enable the Vacation Mode feature on my Bryant Evolution series thermostat?

To enable the Vacation Mode feature on your Bryant Evolution series thermostat, you can follow these general steps. Keep in mind that the exact steps and options may vary depending on your specific thermostat model, so it's a good idea to consult your thermostat's user manual for precise instructions. Here's a general guideline:

1. Access the Thermostat Menu:
* Locate your Bryant Evolution series thermostat on the wall in your home.
* On most models, you'll need to access the menu. This is typically done by pressing the "Menu" or "Settings" button on the thermostat or through a touchscreen interface.
2. Enter User Preferences:
* Navigate through the menu until you find an option related to "User Preferences" or "Vacation Mode." The exact wording may differ between thermostat models.
3. Select Vacation Mode:
* Once you've entered the User Preferences section, look for an option that allows you to enable or set up Vacation Mode. It might be labeled as "Vacation," "Away," or something similar.
4. Set the Vacation Parameters:
* When you select Vacation Mode, you'll likely be prompted to enter the dates and times for your vacation. Some thermostats also allow you to specify the desired temperature settings for both heating and cooling during your absence.
* Set the start and end dates for your vacation, which will determine when the thermostat activates Vacation Mode.
* Specify the desired temperature settings for both heating and cooling modes. Typically, you'll set these temperatures to save energy while maintaining a safe environment for your home.
5. Save Your Vacation Mode Settings:
* After configuring the vacation parameters, follow the thermostat's instructions to save your settings. This may involve pressing a "Save" or "Done" button or following on-screen prompts.
6. Exit the Menu:
* Once you've enabled Vacation Mode and saved your settings, exit the menu by pressing the appropriate button or following the on-screen instructions.
7. Monitor Your Thermostat:
* Your thermostat should now be in Vacation Mode, which will automatically adjust the temperature settings according to your configured parameters.
8. Disable Vacation Mode Upon Return:
* When you return from your vacation, access the thermostat menu again and disable Vacation Mode. This will restore your regular temperature settings.

Remember that the specific features and options may vary based on your Bryant Evolution series thermostat model. Always refer to the user manual provided with your thermostat for detailed instructions and consult with a professional HVAC technician if you encounter any difficulties or have questions about using Vacation Mode or any other thermostat features.
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