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Digital therm in apartment wont shut off

I have just installed this digital them. i know i have it hooked up right i have done many in the past and even looked at the directions. There is an override switch like a light switch that i can shut it off with but the heater/ac continues to run no matter what temp i set it at. Any help would be nice thanks

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  • Jess n Jed T n B
    Jess n Jed T n B Jan 27, 2009

    thanks :)

  • tanyalakos Feb 01, 2009


    I have the same problem... anyone know how to fix it...

    My heating bill will be crazy...

    Heated UP... in Worcester, MA


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I think the best thing you can do is get in a pro in and make sure it is all done the right way, as I got done the same way when I thought I had done it all right .

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  • The StickMan Jan 30, 2009

    I have a another thing for you to try. What heating have you got

    as I mine started to play me up a bit and in the end it was a one of the Valves that where playing up try having a look at them give them a tap or if you can move them about a bit and see if that helps. I had to keep playing with mine for about three days and now it is working ok. They get stuck after sitting there not doing sometimes, I hope this is of help to you and wish you all the best with it. If that not working get back to me.


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