Question about Heating & Cooling
To be able to help you we will need to know much more about what type of a system you have and what equipment you have.
The existing thermostat probably will not be able to be used, you will need to buy a new t-stat...also the t-stat will then only be sampling the temperature of the space it is in and not getting a mixed or average temperature sampling. Therefore you could be getting into other issues by moving it.
Please comment back and I will try to guide you through what you can do...
Posted on May 19, 2011
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