ComfortSense® 3000 Series Programmable &
Here are some of the top features of the ComfortSense 3000:
5-day/2-day programming allows you to customize a temperature schedule for weekdays and weekends, with up to two time periods per day.
Non-programmable model available for ease of use in basic applications.
Large buttons and backlit display so you can find the right setting, day or night.
Features and Benefits
Warranty and Specs
ComfortSense3000 Product Literature
EnglishComfortSense 3000 Thermostat Product Brochure
EnglishComfortSense 3000 Programmable Thermostat Homeowners Manual
ComfortSense 3000 Non-Programmable Thermostat Homeowners Manual
Rated 1 out of 5 by 4 reviewers.
Rated 1 out of 5 by Tref unit just went off, nothing, will not reset The thermostat just went off and can not restart it. Pushed the rest button , but nothing, room is now 82 degrees. Live in Florida, it is summer time now. This unit came with the house, new house, new unit??????? June 18, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by KeithDVR VERY basic is the best I can say I will also point out it that it is very loud. This is what was included with my A/C Heat Pump installation. I would say not to waste your time and money on this product. Get a good one from the start. IMO Lennox should dump this model. April 19, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by soppen Loud and unrelialable I will second the other comment that when switching on the furnace it makes a very loud click. We have also had trouble with the thermostat intermittently not starting the furnace and then thinking it is running. This results in no heat until the controller is reduced below current temperature and then re-raised. I will be replacing this product as soon as possible. January 27, 2013
Rated 1 out of 5 by rainy This product should be sound proof. This product makes such a loud clicking noise before coming on and when going off. It was so bothersome I went back to my oldie goldie thermostat with the slide lever. Too bad as seeing the temperature numbers was a bonus but not enough to listen to that on and off clicking. November 23, 2012