The most common signs of a bad or malfunctioning thermostat are lack of hot or cold air when the device is turned on and an unlit display light. Malfunctioning thermostats occur for a variety of reasons, and in many case... More »

Thermostats tell your system how and when to change the temperature. They come in different makes and models, but the initial troubleshooting steps are the same for all thermostats. You need a soft brush, compressed air ... More »

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Home heating and cooling thermostats fail for a number of reasons. One of the big reasons they stop working is due to excessive dust, cobweb and nicotine buildup that can inhibit both mechanical and electrical function. More »

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An air conditioner thermostat is a device which displays room temperature while working in tandem with the air conditioner. Thermostats can be used to automatically adjust the temperature in a room or to gauge temperatur... More »

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A high-temperature thermostat is a device that prevents the temperature from exceeding a predetermined limit in the monitored environment, usually as a safety feature. For example, the high-temperature thermostat on many... More »

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A communicating thermostat is an equipment that can transmit sensory and control information to other heating, ventilating and air conditioning devices wirelessly. It can either have its own power or can be powered by a ... More »

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A thermostat activates your heating or air conditioning system to come on at pre-set times. Here are steps to setting your thermostat after your unit has been installed in your home. More »

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