Question about Heating & Cooling
By the things you said here it seams that is nothing wrong with the device itself but it has something to do with the thermostat ...The thermostat is the part that it supposed to shut it down when the temperature gets to the set value....and also it supposed to power it back when the temperature gets below the value it is set ..So if the system fails to power even from the button ..it only means the the thermostat remains blocked in the shut down position and does not restore from that position but after total power shut down ...Replace the thermostat itself and the problem will be solved.....
Posted on Jul 15, 2010
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