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Honeywell PRO TH4110d Prog Thermostat not responding

My brand new thermostat and heating system will not stay on long enough to heat up my home. It kicks the heat on for about 3 minutes (about long enough to raisethe thermostat 1 degree), then it shuts it off (far from the targettemperature) and will not heat up again unless I manually switch theheater on and off.

I tried changing batteries in the thermostat and have read the operating manual cover to cover trying everything.

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    I have a honeywell thermostat FocusPRO TH6110D1005 which will not stay on until it heats the room.  The temperature is at 62 and I set the heat on 74 and it turns on but doesn't ever get warm.


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Cfheck to make sur ethat the t-stat is set for your type of heat. if you do not go through the instructions sep by sep then you will have problems. if you have then call a professional.

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