Question about Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater
Sprayed windex on the touch screen, now no buttons will work
How about taking the cover off (if possible) and getting some compressed air, either from the can available at most computer-type stores or from a compressor with air gun attachment, and blow it out thoroughly as best you can.You may also want to 'rinse' it with some electronic cleaner but make sure you disconnect it to do this. You need to get the circuit board dried out and hopefully there is no other damage (ie. to the electronics).
No guarantees on this but it is the kind of thing I would do before having to replace it.
Posted on May 27, 2009
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