Question about Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater
This is a Honeywell nonprogrammable thermostat. This is a vacation home. Temp was set during our absence at 51 degrees. When I visited the house I turned the thermostat up to 64. I happened to look at the thermostat about one-half hour later and the readout was blank- nothing on the dial. Later the numbers came back into view and the heat was working.
Should I worry that the thermostat is not reading the room temp if/when the readout goes blank? W/o heat, the house pipes will freeze. If needed, I'll call a repairman to replace the thermostat unless the readout has nothing to do with the thermostat sensing the temp. This happened once before but it lasted just a few minutes. In both cases when I noted the readout was blank, I did not notice if the heater was running.
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