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I have a Honeywell RTH2300B1012A digital thermostat and the display got broken and now the display just lights up green and blank. Is there still a way I can program it to a warmer temperature or do I have to buy and replace the old one with a new thermostat?!??

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Replacement is Strongly Recommended.

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