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The furnace won't stop at the programmed temperature set ponts

The furnace keeps on running when it should be shutting off. You have a 70 degree set point to shut it down and it's 71 degrees in the room, and the furnace keeps on running - why? Shouldn't it shut off as soon as it reaches 70 degrees?

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This is called a swing tempature it is desined to improve the eficincey of the frnace because it take less energy to run an hour in a three hours then 3 bursts of 25 min in a three hour period

HOWEVER if you do not like this you can usualy set the swing temp

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