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My Honeywell CM67 controls underfloor heating and so has a remote sensor at the water manifold. The problem is that it is using the temperature set on the CM67 it's self. How do I get it to use the remote sensor?

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SOURCE: setting temperature with the remote control

remove the front cover of the airconditioning unit, you will find a sensor bulb, (coppertube with a round tip) close to the coil. pull it away around an inch. either the sensor is taking the coils temp and not the air.

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SOURCE: honeywell cm67 thermostat operating instructions

You can grab a copy of the owner's manual here.

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http://www51.honeywell.com/pacific/common/documents/CM67_User.pdf link to the manual

Posted on Mar 30, 2011

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