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Why? There are many thermostats available which simply need to match the system you are using to heat and cool your home. I recommend the most basic thermostat that will do the job rather than any of the complex digital ones, each of which have their unique programming methods which read like a geek manual. Just be certain that the wiring that connects the thermostat to the HVAC system is done properly. In most cases, simpler is better.
Posted on Nov 14, 2014
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