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Old 05-20-2016, 05:22 PM   #1
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Recommend an upgrade for my A/C thermostat?

I just stepped into my trailer, and it is 72 degrees in there. Thermostat is set at 80. Not good.

The stock one is the one with the slide adjustment, I would like one with a digital readout for the temperature setting.

What is a good replacement?

I don't need it to be programmable, just an up/down button for temperature, switch from AC/Heat, and fan Auto/ON.
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Hunter Or Honeywell that uses AA Batteries works great

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Hunter 42999B Digital RV Thermostat - Upgrading the OEM Thermostat

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Looks like both needed to be modified to keep the fan Hi/Lo function. Isn't there one that does not need to be modified?

Is there a reason why I cannot use the same one I have in my house?
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Looks like both needed to be modified to keep the fan Hi/Lo function. Isn't there one that does not need to be modified?

Is there a reason why I cannot use the same one I have in my house?
Answered my own question...pulled the one off my house wall, and the one in the trailer, and there are several other wires. I am sure those are for the variable fan speeds.
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Did a bit more searching, and found (and purchased) this...



Priced right, at $60 free shipping. Found it on Amazon (purchased through eBay), with tons of 5 star reviews, and direct replacement for the one in the trailer.
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Got it today, wired it in exactly as the stock one was wired, and works flawlessly.
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