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Which thermostats with that degree variance option work with a 2 stage blower 95% efficient nutone furnace

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Our Honeywell thermostat is model RTH6300B. Now that the weather is getting hot, we decided to put the centeral air on. Hot air keeps blowing out. I called Honeywell several times thinking that we had fixed the problem. It still is blowing out hot air. Also, my husband checked the wires. Has anyone else had this problem? Any ideas what it could be?

Posted on May 29, 2008

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SOURCE: Replacement of Honeywell thermostat CT3200A

I can't find that model. The 3200A is (I think) a standard heat/ac unit. If the other unit is that type, you're okay. There are usually instructions with these stats for wire assignments.

Posted on Nov 13, 2008

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SOURCE: with new digital thermostat furnace runs every 10 min.

You did not say what model you use. Depending on the model , there might be setting for 'deadband' or 'system type'. Changing that value will affect when it turns on. If it switches on that frequently and the room feels comfortable, it might be that your thermostat is placed on wrong place - one which cools of quickly, or there is draft cooling it off. Digital thermostats have a 'learning period' and adjust to dynamic of the room.

Posted on Jan 20, 2009

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SOURCE: Honeywell thermostat won't regulate temp properly

Is there a setting on your thermostat that makes the unit stay on for 10, 15, 20, 25 minutes after you reach set temp. You can change this setting by looking at your manual for the thermostat. Not sure if there is one for this thermostat but mine has one. Mine was running 15 min after set temp and making it cool down 2 degrees lower than set temp. Hope this helps.

Posted on Jun 25, 2009

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SOURCE: Honeywell RTH2310 thermostat temp variance

Hi,
Yes you can change that by change the number of cycles per hour that your t-stat looks from for youe furnace. Lower the cycles per hour number and it will increase the range.

You can see how to do it here

http://dl.owneriq.net/3/39359643-dfda-451d-bb81-828eecddd9fc.pdf

I hope that this will help you to solve your problem!

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Posted on Dec 12, 2009

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How many degrees before it reaches desired temp, does it shut off? A thermostat is designed to shut the furnace off a couple/ few degrees before it reaches set temp. It has what is called a heat anticipater, which shuts the burner down, and lets the blower use the remaining heat from the heat exchanger to bring it up to desired temp making it more efficient. If it is more than a few degrees, replace the thermostat. You can jump out the red and white wires to confirm the faulty thermostat. If by doing this, the furnace never shuts down, until you separate the red and white wires. That confirms a faulty thermostat. Hope this helps someone.

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Two stage hot air furnaces can save you money and make your high efficiency furnace even better. With your furnace running at low fire instead of cranking up to the highest heating output in mild weather you can be more comfortable while saving money.

Many people think that they are getting the best they can get by buying a high efficiency single stage furnace. What they often don’t realize is that they could do better yet and for a few dollars more have a high efficiency 2 stage furnace that could keep them much more comfortable.


There are 2 stage hot air furnaces that are now available that will only run at half fire if the full fire is not needed. With a two stage furnace in mild weather when only a little bit of heat is needed, the furnace will have longer run times on low fire. This will keep you room temperatures from getting too hot before the thermostat reacts and shuts the furnace off again. This will help to keep your temperatures from overshooting the set point and help to keep your home much more comfortable.

Many of these two stage furnaces also have variable speed blowers that run at a lower speed when heating on low fire. This will also help to save money on your electric bill, because these blowers use very little electric when running at these low speeds. Air noise from the blower running at a high speed is also reduced.

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I want to replace the old furnace in my house, I have two options: Fedders 95% Variable speed 2-stage or Tampstar 95% Multispeed Single-stage. Which is the best?.


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I have a honeywell ct3200 with a trane xl 80 furnace. it will cycle on to the right temp, go off and cycle the furnace back on 30 seconds later. Is that normal? It is 32 degrees outside, set at 68


Hi, check page 22 in your manual, it says "Adjust the screws on the back of the thermostat as instructed on page 7." Your furnace is a 80% efficiency but is also a high efficiency 2 stage heating system so try adjusting screws A and B both ways and see which gives you the correct cycling.
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