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Our hunter thermostat model 44550 keeps defaulting to 68 degree set temperature when we have everything set for 74 degree F. This happens often while sleeping. Please help me control my thermostat!!

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I would like some help programing the thermostat in my house. Hunter, Model 44300A

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I have seen this is many digital thermostats. The worst problems usually come from the touchscreen thermostats. I would suggest installing a new thermostat. Make sure that you read the instructions before you even remove the old one.

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SOURCE: I set temp to 74 and stop at 70 and decresing.

The only thing I can think of other than being just old and worn out is that by design it may not be set to run but so much at a time. Has this always done this since you have had it? It may be needing calibration. One thing you can try is to set it at 2 degrees higher than you want it and then it would shut off at the temp you actually want.

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May be the location of the thermostat. Try another thermometer right beside wall thermostat & see what it reads.

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SOURCE: I set my thermostat to 68 degrees. it stays there

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I set temp to 74 and stop at 70 and decresing.


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