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I have a honeywell LR1620 in my appt. and it runs off a boiler set up that heats my unit. My question is my landlord does not like me turning up the hear pasted 70 ( i keep it about 72-74) and he enter my appt when i was gone and my friend was over using my computer. The landlord did something to the thermostat according to my friend he used a tool that look like a small screw driver. Now my heat will NOT go above 69 degrees. Did he adjust the anticipator? did he somehow rig it so if i turn it up to 80 it wont work? I set it to 50 today and it still stays at 68...

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Hi,
He probably put a screw or a couple of screws in there so that the setting cannot be changed...either up or down....
Basically he "locked" your t-stat to one temperature....
I guess that it his right as your landlord.... the only other thing you can do is to buy a small elctric heater to supplement the heating system when you are there...

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