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I HAVE PROBLEMS WITH MY T87 HONEYWELL THERMOSTAT THE SETTING ON THE THERMOSTAT AND THE TEMPERATURE DO NOT MATCH WHEN THE AIR IS ON THE SETTING COULD BE AT 75 AND THE AIR RUNS UNTIL IT IS 68

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T87 usually are about 5 degrees off. sometimes more because of dirt and dust.get a digital

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