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Hello our heat wont shut off. We have a honeywell thermo model TH3210D1004. Can you tell me how to adjust anticipator

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  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    The heat participator is set from factory for general gas valves. It should be set to the amp draw of the valve it takes a very complicated method to set. I would really suspect the thermostat being bad. How old it the unit? is it loose on the wall causing it to be out of level? Is it digital or mercury?

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There is no heat anticipation in the digital thermostats. The thermostat it's self is probably faulty.

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