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Good morning I have a honeywell programable thermostat and when I bought the house there was no instruction booklet. The heat is shutting off at night The furnace guy is coming sometime today and I will be charged a lot of money (which I don't) have if the problem is not with the furnace and I am sure it is the thermostat. I am sure it has something to do with the setting, I think I hit run program instead of hold the other day & I think it threw everything off. Help help help thanks elaine

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  • elainebwdn Dec 09, 2008

    I rarely use any type of online help "rooms" as I usually end up with a request for payment before I can get any help.



    I was surprised & please to get a response so quickly.



    Thanks so much.



    Elaine

  • Danny Clark
    Danny Clark May 11, 2010

    Have you tried setting the temp at your desired level and pushing "hold temp"?

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Mebnme, is right, manually setting your therm and holding hold, will override any pre-setting program. Also go to honeywell website, order a manual and program your therm yourself, what model do you have?

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