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Digtal thermostates I need some basic instructions on how to program a honey well 230B digtal thermostat

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Re: digtal thermostates

Give this number a call if you are in the US, 800-341-0110. You will need the COMPLETE model number not just 230B. Something like YRTH230B1009. They can link you a manual via email.

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Drop me a line, with more info and I will be happy to help.
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