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Blank thermostat carrier debonair 250 thermosat is blank. no battery that I know of. direct wired I think. why would it have nothing on screen?

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Check voltage at unit. Also check the 5 amp fuse in the unit. If this unit has a float switch in the drain line check that. Rus

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