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If the thermostat to my furnace is out, can it cause my air conditioning to not work?

Post created: 2016-06-27 Type of Equipment: Furnace Views: 47

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On 2016-06-30 Gary wrote:

The thermostat is one of the first things to check if your AC is not working. It could just be that there is a wrong setting on the thermostat, or the batteries may need to be replaced in a digital thermost. There could be a problem with the wiring on either the thermostat or the control board, or the thermostat may have broken.

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