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Could I have a thermostat problem if my heat does not cut off even when the temperature shows the same as the set temperature?

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    Dale Koehn May 11, 2010

    after the T-stat has reached its temp, how far does the temp rise before shutting offor do it continue to run ?? is this a digital or manual round type t-stat ? your questions are important to us, please let us know, thanks,
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More than likely it is mounted in an area where it is not sensing proper temperature

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