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Old 02-18-2014, 11:06 AM   #1
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thermostats

Hi all,

Another dumb question!!

My 32' has 2 thermostats, one near the dinette and one in the rear bedroom.

First off, do they work for both heat and cooling? More importantly, is there a good, modestly priced upgrade to these thermostats which anyone might suggest?

Scott.
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Old 02-18-2014, 12:01 PM   #2
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Pictures of the thermostats would be helpful in order to give correct information.
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The one in the rear bedroom is for the furnace only. The one in the dinette is for the AC only.

Replacing them with digital units is the best way to go, easy and possible. Be sure to get ones with batteries in them as those are the only digital types which will work with the furnace system.
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In ours, the one in the bedroom is for the fan above.
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Like Bait guy above, ours used to control the Fantastic Fan in the bedroom, similar to the blue-to-red twist knob on the fan itself. We installed a new FF, and disconnected the old wall thermo. It's still there. Just doesn't do anything.
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