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I have a 5 yr old Honeywell Programmable Tstat that has a cycles per hour setting.
The manual leads me to believe that I should have it set at 4 for my gas furnace, however I notice that it cycles several times when its set to rise from 64 to 68 first thing in the morning, and it cycles a few times an hour throughout the day.
I guessing that lowering the cph should make the 80% furnace use less fuel with the temp differences being more noticeable.
Can I lower the cph until the room fluctuations are a problem, then bump it up one, or am I way off in my thinking?
Or can you recommend an alternative stat that does not have cph , but adjust-ability for temp swing instead?