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Old 01-05-2013, 12:31 PM   #1
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I have a Hunter Thermostat 40135 and when i replaced the battery the thermostat wouldnt turn off when it got to the set temperature. i thought that it messed up the relays in the thermostat so i went and bought a new thermostat(same model) All i did was turn off the furnace and replaced the thermostat and not the backplate. I left the backplate wired since it was working correctly before i replaced the battery.

Once I replaced the thermostat it wont turn on my heater or AC. It will however turn on and off the fan. If i put my old one back on then it will turn both on but wont turn them off when i get to a the set temperature.

I dont have a Multimeter or i would check to see if the 24v source is working correctly.

Any help would be appreciated. Im tired of turning on and off the thermostat manually.

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http://www.hunterair.com/ssi/pdf/hun...ers-manual.pdf

According to the Owner's Manual (pages 17&18) the thermostat needs to be set for the type of system you have. HG is for gas and HE is electric.
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