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Just moved a robershaw thermostat that controlled

Just moved a robertshaw thermostat that controlled a tempstar pa5536aka4 and now it seems to blow only warm air. any suggestions

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  • rondab64 May 13, 2009

    Thank you for your interest. We discovered the problem shortly after I posted the question. An overlooked staple was causing a short. We had checked for that, but managed to overlook one. Thanks though.

  • Dennis Boxerman May 11, 2010

    How many wire does the t'stat have? What are the colors and what terminals are they hooked up to on the t'stat or sub base.

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Check the wiring making sure that the rc/rh have a jumper or individual wires for power

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