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New Digital thermostat and it will not stay above 67. I've tried the hold and to schedule. Do you think this is a wiring issue?

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Not likely, if you followed the color code written on the back of the thermostat and the furnace wires were not touched the colored wires each mean something. A simple thermostat swap and matching the colored wires with the labeled terminals, it would not hurt to check the wires and terminals just for a piece of mind. I believe the issue is in the programming of the thermostat, and it is possible to get a bad one even new there is nothing that says it is in perfect working order.

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