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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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