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Honeywell Thermostat Anticipator???
I am enjoying your books Dan, I am also learning alot about my old/new system/boiler setup. I have a question about my plain old dial honeywell thermostat. In your books you write about using an amp meter to check the amperage of the system to them somehow set the anticipator to this setting. can you explain how and where to check the amperage, an how this number is used to set the anticipator? I'll tell you what the thermostat is doing. The room temp is usaully much lower tahn the etting temp before the burner lites off. sometimes 2 to 4 degrees different. the burner shuts off at the correct setting when you turn up the dial. it's just when you call for more later on that the difference occurs. i have had mant thermostats on this system and this one is difficult to setup. can antone provide any advise. thanks for your help