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Too tight??

We are looking into purchasing a new frig (side by side) but the area we have to work with is only 33" wide. There is a side wall on the right and cabinets on the left. The cabinets on the left would...
08-20-07, 05:53 PM
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Dehumidifier not collecting any water

Have a Maytag (Fedders) consumer dehumidifier. Only been used for 1 summer, and it's only a few years old. It stopped collecting any moisture whatsoever. I know it's not my house, because my parents...
12-09-05, 02:42 PM
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Well I talked with Honeywell, and they said that...

Well I talked with Honeywell, and they said that it's not possible to change the degree differential with their thermostats. They all work within +-1 degree. But you can change the Heating Cycle...
12-09-05, 12:18 PM
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Well I went through every single possible area...

Well I went through every single possible area that you can go through on the interface and didn't see anything. I re-read the book 10 times and didn't see anything. Maybe I'll give Honeywell a...
12-08-05, 06:05 PM
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I have the books and have looked through it again...

I have the books and have looked through it again and do not see anywhere where you can change the CPH. I even went through the demo on the CD that came with it, and didn't see anything. Any help is...
12-02-05, 01:32 PM
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Are you sure I can change the settings? I don't...

Are you sure I can change the settings? I don't see anywhere within the thermostat's interface to do that. Thanks
11-25-05, 05:21 PM
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Cycle Rates on my new Honeywell Dig. Thermostat

Just installed a new Honeywell Programmable Thermostat (RTH7500D). Anyways, it works great, but have one concern. We have it set to 70'. Well the thermostat kicks in every 10 or 15 mins, and runs...
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