Question about Heating & Cooling
A single stage thermostat can be used on a two stage furnace, but there is a dip switch on the furnace computer board that will need to be changed, the directions are in the installers installation guide.
Also not knowing what type and brand of thermostat you have, leaves me guessing, some higher end thermostats have intelligent recovery, if you set it to 70 degrees, at 7 AM, it will try to have the temp to 70 by 7AM, so it could be coming on, even 2 to 3 hours early, depending on the temp. Most of them have a 7 day curve, so it takes awhile for them to adjust, this feature can be turned off, you will again need the installer's install manual.
I hope this has helped, please rate me and also get back to me if you have any more questions.
Posted on May 01, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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