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Can you lock in the tempture in the wall thermostat

I have a honeywell wall thermostat and have people raising and lowering the temp all the time would like to know if it can be locked to one tempture.

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I don't know....

To fix your problem you can put a lockable plastic cover over the thermostat.

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