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My honeywell lcd thermostat is making beeping noises like a fire alarm.  It's something with the wires, because I removed the lid, and when I went back to put it back on, the beep went off when it came into contact.  What do I do

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Change the batteries

Posted on Nov 30, 2008

  • Anonymous Jul 24, 2016

    according to Honeywell their thermostats DO NOT have the capabality to make a sound

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