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Thermostat is not lit up and won't turn heating on

The thermostat was not lit up and was missing batteries in the battery compartment. It has worked fine for two years without batteries; don't know what they are for. I put two AA batteries in and now the themostat displays but it won't turn the heater on.

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  • nsister2 Mar 02, 2009

    Nevermind. Had to call Bodine Scott. The Disconnect box in the attic was burned up. Replaced with fuseable type.

  • josh1111 May 11, 2010

    it did use batteries unless it has current from the heater. mabey needs to be reset.

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I called the repairman. The disconnect box had burned up and he replaced it with a fuseable box. All is well now. I couldn't have fixed it myself.

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