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LOOKING FOR MECHANICAL OR DIGITAL HEAT THERMOSTAT WITH 65 DEGREE MAXIMUM LIMIT OR THERMOSTAT which can be programmed with code to stop tampering and changing temperature above 65 degrees

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HEY< When I worked for a large co. with offices of women of different sizes (yes, that has a lot to do with people changing the thermostat for the correct body temperatures) ,we left the old thermostat in place and called this a '"DUMMY THERMOSTAT" and unhooked the wires and added a new thermostat at the inlet air at the unit out of sight! We asked them how they feel, and as long as they thought they controlled the temperature, they were HAPPY! thank-you-very-much!

Posted on Aug 30, 2008

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I have samix AC, it does not heat properly.sometimes it doesnot heat at all. sometimes it heat to a certain limit and then start cooling. sometimes it heat to the required tempreture (24) for example


AC temperatures are controlled by thermostats, mechanical or electronic, As per your question it does work some times means thermostat is working some times. Please spray contact spray in thermostat, or replace thermostat. BTU (BRITISH THERMAL UNIT) denotes cooling capacity of AC.

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Adjust the temp. limit on my Model M402? Setting thermostat far below 55 degree mark, gives me 65 degrees.


Hello... may be you can set the desired temperature and later the remote control and/or the internal unit show to you the temperature of the air ... just let the air conditioning try to match your desired temperature...
Watch this...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Ck_xsdrmSM

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How do i adjust AC temperature variance on a Honeywell TH5220D1003 thermostat


If you are talking about the difference between heating mode and cooling mode and the room setpoint, you can not change it. It comes from the factory with a 3 degree difference. In other words if you raise the heat setpoint until it is within 3 degrees of the cooling setpoint, for every degree you raise the heat setpoint the cooling will raise a degree.
About all you can do is increase the distance between the heat and cooling setpoint. To do this either lower the cooling setpoint to 3 degrees higher than the heat setpoint you want and then increase the cooling setpoint the desired setting. For example heat and cool setpoints are 67 and 70 respectively, and you want 65 and 73. Lower the cooling setpoint to 68 and then raise the cooling setpoint to 73. Now your heating will come on 3 degress lower than 68, the 65 you wanted and cooling will come on at 73. Remember, the thermostat new setpoints will turn on the cooling at 75 and turn back off at 73 and heat will turn on at 63 and turn off at 65.
You can perform the same using the heating setpoint, just have to look at it backwards. If you need to lower the difference I recommend a 8000 series thermostat. They are the most functional thermostat that Honeywell makes, be in mind they are about 3 times more expensive and many of the setting require a well trained tech to interpret and set properly.
Hope this helps.

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My name is Sonny i have a question i just installed strip heat Rheem RXBH-1724A10J 10KW 208/240/1/60 and then tempeture ran up 3 degree and stop dose not ran anymore what wrong with that can you help me...


Hi,
What thermostat are you using??

The problem may be in the thermostat...

jumper the R and the W terminals at the t-stat and see if it runs... if it does then the thermostat needs to be set for longer cycles... on older ones you set the heat anticipator for longer cycles and on new t-stats you have to go into the program and set them for electric heating...

heatman101

Jan 19, 2011 | Air Conditioners

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I want my new honeywell thermostat to be at 65 all the time during the winter, how do i do this, in english please, the directions are confusing


Set manually cool mode at 67 degree and heat mode at 63 degree.
Just check practically and write here, if it's helpful.

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My Trane thermostat (TCONT600AF11MAA) is supposed to have 1.5 degrees of heat pump "rest" above the desired setting before turning on the heat pump. The thermometer reading does not change yet...


Friend! All thermostat is calibrated to cut in and cut off at the end of - or + 1 degree end.
Example: If you set 23 degree, it will cut off in 21 degree and cut in @25 degree. So accordingly you set the temp.
Secondly, don't set temp near to your room temp.Minimum difference should be 3 degree. If your room temp 12 degree, set at least 15 degree for heat and if room temp 28, set at least 25 degree for cool.
Hope it's helpful?

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the thermostat controlling your unit likely has a window type of programming for digital or mechanical adjustment for older style thermostat that sets a minimum off temp and a maximum on temp, there may be an adjustment to set the range it operates at, otherwise you may have a defective thermostat controller unit and it needs replacing also insure that the temperature sensing element is clean and free of dust build-up and your filter is clean

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