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RobertShaw Thermostat 9600 problem


It blows hot air when it's supposed to be cooling off.

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  • MiaSR Sep 14, 2008

    Yes, it is, but not below 75, it's set at 78. The other thermostat (we have 2), for the upper two floors, is also set at 78, and has been working fine. The house is a new construction.

    Thank you.


  • francis rivero May 11, 2010

    is the thermostat set to cool mode?

    is the setting below 75 F?

    tnx 4 using fixya,

    drcool


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Verify if you have separate units for each floor.

the ones working could be a complete separate unit from the one having problem.

look at the condensing units you got outside , how many are there?
if you have 3 units outside and you have 3 thermostats, then each thermostat is controlling individual split units.

we have to concentrate on the one that is not cooling. give me the details on what is going on with problematic one.

is the outside unit running?
is the outside fan running?
can you distinguished if the compressor is running the same time as the fan?

tnx 4 using fixya,

drcool

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