Question about Honeywell Programmable Thermostat Heater
All thermostats have a component called an anticipator which guesses when the heater should kick on - I suspect yours is out of adjustment. If you can, find the installation instructions and look them over for the setup procedure and fine tuning of the anticipator. It's usually hit or miss as you try to get it adjusted properly. If you don't have the instructions, get the model # and go to honeywell's website for the instructions. It is also possible you can go to where you bought the thermostat from and they will let you look over instructions from another one on the shelf.
Posted on Nov 06, 2010
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