Question about Heating & Cooling
Depending on what kind of thermostat you have, you will have to go in to it when you have it in the heat mode, and change the time to come on at 11:00 P.M. Just go to time change and if you have no instructions, play around with it and get it in the clock or time mode to do this. It should have a diagram on the stat cover that will show you how this is done. If not, make sure you are in heat mode and on auto fan. Use the up and down arrows to change times for heat, cool temperatures, and time conditions and to come on and go off for the 5 days of the week and 2-day week-end. All stats are different, so you will need to see what you can do. You will not mess anything up by seeing what changes you can do, just try not to short cycle the compressor if you are in the cooling mode, on, off, on, off ect. More then likely, the stat will have a built in time delay relay to prevent this from happening anyway, so don't worry about that. Please don't forget to rate me on this as I know you will be kind. I will check in on you and I also keep you on file along with all of the people I have helped. Please keep me posted on how you are coming along also. I wish you the best and will be here is you need more help.
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Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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