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Have a T8011R programmable heat pump thermostat. When I go to adjust the thermostat...pressing the buttons, I get no response. Will not allow me to adjust the temperature.

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Turn the breaker off and disconnect the power to the thermostat for a few seconds. Then then reconnect and turn breaker back on and try adjusting now. Setpoints Are Permanently Held In Non-Volatile Memory And Retained During Power Outages

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