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Question DetailsAsked on 1/28/2020

New furnace cycles on with no change in room temperature shown on thermostat. Is this normal?

Example: Thermostat now set on 70 degrees. Usually, thermostat would show temperature at 69 degrees before furnace would kick on. With this new thermostat, the room temperature on the thermostat remains at 70, but the furnace cycles on at regular intervals anyway.

Also, the furnace gives a chirping sound about a minute or two before it cycles off. Is this a concern?

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Many thermostats show the "set Point" not the actual temperature, sounds like yours is one of those. Not sure about the chirping sound, may want to call someone.

Source: dave@bayareacool.com

Answered 5 months ago by hvacman




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