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My Robertshaw3110 thermostat needed a battery change then after that I can't get it to work properly. I set the day and time and set the desired temp pushed the hold button but it just dose what it wants and my temp is all over the place

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Try taking the batteries out, wait until all the displays are gone and then then put the batteries in and try again.

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