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Posted by Rick Rhoades on December 10th, 2002 10:04 AM

I have replaced my thermostat in the last week because it was running the temp. past the 3 or 4 degrees for shut off. The new one does the same. Now i am thinking that it might be the transformer that controls the voltage to the thermostat. Instructions on the new one said this was a possibility. How do i check the transformer for output to the thermostat. I have a volt meter. The new thermostat says it will handle up to 24 volts. It will let furnace run 10 or 11 degrees before shutting furnace down.Too much heat when it kicks on.I have the adjustment setting at 3 degrees difference. This is a heat spring type of thermostat not a mercury switch type.A 2 wire connection for furnace only situation. Thank you

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