VIP Code on Thermostate – Worked at Hyatt


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The VIP code I blogged about in this post worked great at the Hilton this summer. By entering the code it allowed me to override the thermostat temperature setting and reduce the temperature in the room as low as I wanted.

Tonight I arrived at the Hyatt in Atlanta and it was sweltering hot, so I checked to see if the thermostat is an INNCOM, and sure enough it was. So I tried out the code below, and it worked like a charm.

While holding down “display”
Press “off”
Then Press “Up” arrow
Release “display” button

You’ll know it worked when you see a picture like this. Thats right, it says VIP!


The Bottom line

Just because your not staying at a Hilton doesn’t mean this code won’t work. Check out the type of thermostat and give it a try, drop a comment if it worked for you.

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  1. Anyone know how to exit hib? I pressed down instead of up when trying to enter VIP and now it’s stuck in hib with nothing on, no fan, no ac

  2. I have this kind of thermostat in my dorm and this worked perfectly as was stated. Thanks for posting!

  3. Held display then pressed and held off and down until 2 chirps were heard after several clicks. Tried it several times before it exited HIb mode.

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