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I lost power to my thermostat. I checked the fuse but it was good...what else can it be?

Post created: 2016-07-12 Type of Equipment: Air Conditioner Views: 29

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I've had the equipment for 6yrs the problem appeared a week ago and aal i've done was check the fuse.


On 2016-07-18 Gary wrote:

There are several possible causes for this. The electrical connections or the wiring to the thermostat may have become loose or worn. Dust is known to cause several problems with thermostats. Gently using a soft brush can often help remove dust. And be sure to check the batteries if it is a digital thermostat. Bad batteries can cause a thermostat to lose power or run continously.

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