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Old 11-03-2007, 01:49 PM   #1
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I have a unit the works 2 AC and 2 furnaces,, Also has 2 thermisters, one in the Gally area and one in the bedroom to measure temp.. I wish something like this would work for me,, But I can't see how it could,, Am I right or is it possible to convert mine as well ?
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I have a unit the works 2 AC and 2 furnaces,, Also has 2 thermisters, one in the Gally area and one in the bedroom to measure temp.. I wish something like this would work for me,, But I can't see how it could,, Am I right or is it possible to convert mine as well ?
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Why specifically are you wanting to go to a digital thermostat? Does it get too hot before AC comes on or too cold before Heat comes on? Also let us know what make & model of units you have so we can maybe be of help.
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