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Have had a CM67 controller unit for the floor heating in our bathroom for about 6 years. I've never quite understood how the programming works(checking with the installation company was totally confusing/waste of time-they couldn't explain it).I have been setting the timer/temp thus: Prog 1- start at (eg) 10.00pm Prog 2-turn off at (eg) 1.00am Prog 3 -turn on (eg) 4.00am Prog 4- turn off(eg) 8.00am Prog 5-leave 'blank' Prog 6-leave 'blank' Maybe I am approaching this the wrong way ie "turn on"-"turn off", but I have read and re-read the manual and still don't know what is the correct way to set my floor heating. This might be another issue,though it has been happening since the beginning,but my unit shows that heating is still happening well after what I think of (this goes back to my first point) as the "cut-off" time,esp in the morning after (eg)8.00am.This happens specifically in the cold time of the year-Summer is not a problem. I hope that I have made this clear enough for someone to understand my problem(s). Thanks. Sandra Rohde

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sounds like a bad t-stat , they have a 5 year warranty on them

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