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My thermostat will not stay at the setting I set it at. When I come home at night the setting has increased to 85 when I have set it for 78

My husband set the thermostat for 78 and it comes on and runs find but when we come home at night the house is so hot and when we check the thermostat has risen to be set for 85 or so. why does it not keep it original setting.

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  • Thermostat Feb 26, 2012

    You need to check the program on the thermostat. Hunter thermostats have a pre-programmed schedules built in. On some Hunter thermostats the pre-programmed schedules will change the cooling setpoint to 85 at 8:00am and 10:00pm. Did you replace the pre-programmed with your own schedule.

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