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Heating & AC thermostat problem

I noticed my furnace / heat pump running continuously until I lowered the thermostat setting. Once lowered it ramped down and stopped running. During the continuous running time the number indicated on the thermostat never raised any higher than the set temp.

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It could be running in a "programmed mode" if it has the capabilities. You could exit from the programmed mode

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