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I need to move a thermostat but I can't get the thermostat separated from the wall mount. Is there a trick to this? Thermostat is a honeywell ct87n/k.

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I can help you out on this , there should be about 3 flat head screws that are difficult to see under the round cover/front cover , there should be 3 peices to the entire t-stat , the front comes off easy and then there are the 3 screws and then the base mounted to the wall. let me know how this works.

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Posted on Jan 07, 2009

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