Question about Heating & Cooling
Posted by Anonymous on
Take cover off of your thermostat,it should just snap on and see if your stat has a mercury switch in it. It will be a small glass vial with a small amount of mercury in it. Check to see if t-stat is level if not then loosen mounting screws and level stat then retighten mounting screws.If the mercury switch is very far out of level it will never read close to actual setting. Thank you
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