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I JUST INSTALLED THE TH-3200 THERMOSTAT AND THE HEAT WILL NOT STOP INCREASING (PAST THE PROGRAMMED TEMP ) UNLESS YOU SELECT THE SYSTEM CONTROL TO OFF (TURNING THE THERMOSTAT OFF )

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