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Weak spring on honeywell thermo. won't shut off because spring reacts slowly... sound familiar to anyone?

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Been in the HVAC business 20+ years and this is a new one. Helical (spring) type thermostats can not be repaired. If you decide to replace it be sure power to furnace is OFF before starting.

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Posted on Mar 12, 2009

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