Question about Honeywell Electronic Programmable Heat/Cool Thermostat - CT3300A100 Heater
My furnace is set at 72, but my house is kept at about 44. I put a new thermostat on but I am having the same problems. The furnace will start going through its normal cycles for about an hour or so and the temp will start to rise to around the mid 50's, never the same temp. Then it will just stop cycling and go back down to the mid to low 40's, again never the same temp. Sometimes the furnace will turn on, on its own. Other times I have to flip the switch located on the furnace off then on to get it to cycle. The temp never reaches freezing levels but won't warm up enough either. The igniter is electric is electric working fine. The vents all seem to be working and I changed the filter but the old one wasn't to bad. How do I get the furnace to run long enough to heat up my house? Is there a setting on my furnace I need to adjust?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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