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Home Heater Unit Blows Out Cold Air

My home unit blows out cold air between the hours of 6p and 6a. NO matter how high I set the thermostat. Why? After 6am when I manually adjust the heat to a high temp hot air blows out...Please help!!

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Throw the **** out

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There must be a clock on the thermostat. Look for clock settings

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Check the program on the thermostat first

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