Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a Bryant programmable themostat that has just stopped working so assuming it is the battery. I open the internals and only see this very small thing that kind of look looks like a battery but is held in with a wire not a normal connection that I am used to, Help.
Heidi, all thermostats that I am familiar with require AAA, AA or nine volt batteries and are accessed usually be separating the thermostat from the sub-base. Some older stats have a 'ribbon' connector that maintains connection during removal, but most of the newer stats have 'pin' connectors. A picture would help...could you post one with a smart phone ??
Posted on Apr 28, 2015
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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