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Programming the thermostat

The heat barely gets up to 60 and i need it to be at least 70

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It may not be a thermostat issue. It's very hard to help you when you only give us 16 words to go on, so I want you to do the following and get back to us.

Provide us with a make and model number of your heating system.

If the heating system has air filters, check and replace them if needed.

Make sure that the heating elements or ducts are not being blocked by furnature and that you can feel heat or air movement from all.

Tell us if the heating system is cycling and/or staying on al the time or not coming on at all. This will require you to move away from the thermostat and find the heating unit.

The more you can tell us, the more we can help you!

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