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My Honeywell thermostat does not heat the house to the selected temperature. It will come on but not long enough to heat the house to the temp I selected.

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Verify that you have heat coming from the vents.
Also do you use a heat pump system with electric emergency heat?
It may be that if it is to cold outside that the heat pump can not handle the load due to the cold outside and you will need to turn on the emergency heat.
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