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Switches to on (blower) by itself

My thermostat keeps switching itself to ON versus auto where its set, then it blows cool air, when its cold outside like yesterday when I got home from work it was colder in the house than outside so when I switched it back to auto it took forever to catch up..but that means it ran probably ALL DAY....makes for a very HIGH electric bill...what can I do????

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THE STAT IS BAD.REPLACE IT.IT CANNOT BE REPAIRED.IT IS IN THE CIRCUIT BOARD.

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