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How Thermostat works

Andrew boilerAndrew boiler Posts: 44Member
How does a thermostat works if I have it at 68 will it come on when it's below 68?



I have a Honywell thermostat no idea hot to check it I need help
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  • SWEISWEI Posts: 5,002Member ✭✭✭✭
    On and off

    is all a conventional thermostat can manage.  Look for a setting called swing, which determines how far above and below the setpoint the stat will wait before it turns on or off.
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  • heatman101heatman101 Posts: 19Member
    More info would be helpful...

    What is the t-stat doing now???

    What is the model number of the t-stat?

    By knowing these things we can help you possibly fine tune the t-stat to work more like you want it to...
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  • Andrew boilerAndrew boiler Posts: 44Member
    How thermostat

    My thermostat is a Honeywell TH1100D1001



    Don't know that much about it
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  • heatman101heatman101 Posts: 19Member
    +/-1

    That is what your t-stat is supposed to hold.It may take a few days to get there.

    You also may be able to change the cycles setting. Check the attached installation manual for instructions for doing that.

    http://s3.pexsupply.com/product_files/TH1100D,TH1110D,TH1210D,TH2110D,TH2210DInstall4.pdf
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  • VA_BearVA_Bear Posts: 50Member
    edited October 2013
    Where did you find the +/-1 deg spec?

    Honeywell's manual and website do not specify the swing and electronic thermostats can vary from +/-0.5 to +/- 2 degrees.
    VABear
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