Question about Heating & Cooling
You never said what type and model of thermostat you have....... If you have a digital stat You may have to lower the HEAT setting below 67 degrees if you want to set the AC to 70 degrees. If the thermostat has an Auto feature then it has to have a 3 degree differences between heating and cooling. On the newer models it does it automatically if you lower the Cooling setting it will lower the heating setting......It this doesn't help repost with more information so I can help you better....
Posted on Mar 28, 2011
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