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Lost directions to program a thermostat

I have a honeywell focus pro 6000 thermostat. Its getting cold out, and my heat will not come on...its less than 1 year old. I HAVE used the heat before, but for some reason, no matter what I turn the temp up to, its not kicking on. I am all electrical.

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I have a pro 6000 t stat it shorts cycles any clues to change the off set

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Make sure the thermostat is set for electric, the default is gas, take the cover off to switch over

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