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- ItemLow Voltage Thermostat
- Stages Heat2
- Stages Cool2
- Temp. Settings per Day4
- Programs per Week5-1-1
- Terminal DesignationsR, C, Y, Y2, W, W2, G
- System SwitchingHeat-Cool-Off
- Fan SwitchingAuto-On
- Display TypeBacklit
- Key Pad LockoutNo
- Programmable FanNo
- Humidification ControlNo
- Remote Sensing CapabilityNo
- Battery BackupYes
- Batteries IncludedYes
- Dual Transformer CompatibleNo
- Power MethodHardwired/Battery
- 750mV CompatibleNo
- Mounting TypeHorizontal
- Control Range45 Degrees to 90 Degrees F
- Includes2 AA Batteries
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The problem we are having is that we try to reset the temperature by hand, and it keeps jumping during the day or overnight to a different temperature. Apparently, a programmed temp got set in it somehow, but we don't know how to do the programming, so we don't know how to get it cleared. In other words, a manual would be really helpful!
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