Question about Honeywell CT87B ROUND HEATING&COOLING MECHANICAL THERMOSTAT - WHITE Heater
I have this basic round thermostate in my garage and it works fine but I want to turn it down lower than it will go. I just want to keep the space in the 40s so it doesn't freez but don't want to waste $ heating a space that is rarely used. I have the thermostate turned down to 50 as low as it will go and I also tried turning the unit a little to the right so it's out of level thinking this might fool the reading. There is also another adjustment inside the unit. A thin gold lever with a triangular hole in it. Not sure what this does. Can anyone help? Thanks
Hello, try this link to download the manual for the thermostat. The metal piece your talking about is the heat anticipator. It's used to calibrate the thermostat to the type of heater that it's connected to. Any more questions just ask. Good luck.
Posted on Jan 21, 2009
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