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The Honeywell Programmable Heat Pump Thermostat CT3611R is not adjusting the temperature to a cool setting. Cool air is coming out of the vents however the temperature on the thermostat remains the same and the room does not feel any cooler.

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If your problem has existed since the begining of installment it could be a return/ thermostat placement problem. if the return is to close to any supply vents it will run like that and your thhermostat will read like that

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