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This is a question about my "Magic Stat" thermostat. When I came home today, it was flashing 6AE Low. What does this mean? Sorry, I have no manual.

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Remove main stat from subbase. On back of main stat there are some screws used for different settings. Screw "C" if for fahrenheit and celcius. Screw in for fahrenheit and out 1 turn for celcius.

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