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Danfoss thermostat control frozen at 20 degrees showing room temperature 25 degrees when room temperature not that hot

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See the link on the Danfoss site.  This has helped me http://heating.consumers.danfoss.com/xxNewsx/5dbcb2f9-e888-4d2d-9761-7470786749c9_CNP1.html

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