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I set temp to 74 and stop at 70 and decresing.

I have to turn off and turn on again heat and then after it reach two degree and stop. I have the Hunter model 44860 and I have programmed every day (air and heat). For some reason, the heat shuts off at 68 degrees when the program calls for 70 degrees.

I've reprogrammed everything a few times just to make sure it wasn't me but it still does this.

What is the problem?

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The only thing I can think of other than being just old and worn out is that by design it may not be set to run but so much at a time. Has this always done this since you have had it? It may be needing calibration. One thing you can try is to set it at 2 degrees higher than you want it and then it would shut off at the temp you actually want.

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