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It seems to be like your thermostat is stuck in EMERGENCY HEAT mode programming. To Exit,
Press the FAN button. While holding the FAN button, press the UP button for 2 seconds.


If you need further assistance go with this site:

http://www.totaline.com/dl/P474-10101ForAllProgrammableDigitalThermostat.pdf

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