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System goes on at odd times

I have a honeywell vision Pro TH8000 thermosat. The system is set through the stat to 62 at nite, to go to 67 at 6 AM, back to 62 at 6:45, to 73 at 4:30PM, then to 62 at 1000PM. However it comes on sometimes at 2AM to 73, or the other day it came on at 11AM to 73. Any ideas how this can be fixed?

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Yuo have to walk through every day program in stat and check you more then likley missed a day when you programmed it

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