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Have a raychem Quickstat thermostat for in floor heating & have 230v coming in but no display on thermostat.

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  • Joe Judkiewicz Dec 14, 2016

    No battery, have another thermostat in kitchen for other half of floor heat. Tried switching thermostats & no display on the switched thermostat that was working properly.

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Most thermostats like this use batteries to run the LCD display, are you sure it doesn't just have batteries that are dead?

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