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How do I programme my heating to come on at night and off during the day I have an ASCO thermostat for underfloor heating. Please

I have set the mode to the half moon shape and selected a desired temperature, it seems to have come on all the time though?

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Please find a model number for your specific thermostat.

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Set automatic day and night temperatures. Forget about manual setting. Your furnace will start at night only to maintain the temperature you set. However, there is a minimum threshold where your furnace will start regardless of the temperature you set if there is a sharp drop in temperature.

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Rth9580wf1005 changing setting on own


There may be a sudden weather change or heat change that may set it of. Also it might help to double check your settings just in case one of the buttons or dials have been knocked.

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Everyday the central air unit keeps our house at a comfortable 73 degrees. Every evening, despite the thermostat setting of 72, the house heats up to 77-79. What's the problem?


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The fan on my central heating system keeps running


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