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The thermostat can be responsible for many heating and cooling system problems. It may not be properly adjusted in some cases. Batteries may be dead in others. Simple adjustments or replacing batteries are simple fixes.

You should replace the batteries in your electronic thermostat if it’s acting up and you made sure it was programmed correctly.

Most types of thermostats have a body that can be separated from their base plate and have their batteries mounted on the backside of the body.

You may break your thermostat if it’s not built this way, so check your owner’s manual!

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Temperature is not controlled by the thermostat

There can be several reasons why your thermostat gives you the incorrect temperature reading, including being dirty, tilted on the wall, or located in an inaccessible place.

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    7 Signs You Need Thermostat Repair

    Typically happens if temperature is not controlled by the thermostat.

    You simply pull it straight out most of the time, but make sure to follow your manufacturer’s instructions to avoid breaking it.
    To clean parallel metal strips on a thermostat, wipe them with a soft cloth.
    Performing an electronic contact cleaning might help remove corrosion. Consider replacing it with a newer model if it is an old thermostat.
    If possible, please do not place the heater near a window, door, or heat source. You may want to consider relocating it if it’s mounted in one of these locations. As this involves rerouting wires, you’ll probably be better off getting an electrical contractor or heating technician to do the job unless you’re comfortable doing this sort of thing on your own.

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    The thermostat may just need to be adjusted if there are extreme swings in room temperature before the furnace comes on, or if the furnace cycles on and off too often. Contact us at (718) 737-2425 to request your thermostat repair today. A thermostat adjustment is as follows:

    You must first use a small torpedo level on a mechanical thermostat with a mercury switch. To make sure the thermostat is mounted level on the wall. If it isn’t level, it won’t measure temperatures properly.
    The heat-anticipator setting is usually controlled by a small lever that moves along a calibrated scale. Most thermostats have this setting. When the furnace cycles too frequently, adjust it to the “longer” setting by adding a calibration mark to the heat-anticipator lever. Adjust the lever one mark away from the thermostat if the temperature drops or rises too quickly before the furnace is turned on or off.

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    Additional Thermostat Repair Facts

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    There is no way to turn off your heater or air conditioner

    There is no way to turn off your heater or air conditioner

    It may be that the thermostat is not calibrated correctly or that the wiring is frayed and your heating/cooling system is constantly running.

    • It isn't the right temperature in the room for the setting. When the temperature in your home does not match, that could be a sign of a broken thermostat. It is normal for temperature to vary from room to room if your home is zoned. The problem could be a faulty thermostat if your home isn't zoned.
    It isn't the right temperature in the room for the setting

    It isn't the right temperature in the room for the setting

    When the temperature in your home does not match, that could be a sign of a broken thermostat. It is normal for temperature to vary from room to room if your home is zoned. The problem could be a faulty thermostat if your home isn't zoned.

    • For thermostat repairs, please contact Comfort Systems. Your heating and cooling system will be back up and running in no time with one of our trusted technicians. Our technicians will diagnose the issue and determine whether your thermostat can be repaired or needs to be replaced.

    Thermostat Fixing and Troubleshooting

    Do you have any experience with those tell-tale signs? The following steps will assist you in troubleshooting a bad thermostat and determining whether you need to call a professional.

    If you want to keep your home cool in the summer, set your thermostat to “cool.” That is as obvious as it sounds.

    The thermostat may just be set to “ON.” If the air conditioning repair  or heat is constantly running, you should set the thermostat to “AUTO” so that it doesn’t run continually (with “AUTO”, the blower will only blow air out of the vents when the system is cooling/heating the air).

    Depending on the season, you can do one or more of the following:
    • The temperature should be set 5 degrees below normal in summer
    • The temperature should be set 5 degrees higher in winter



    The thermostat should click when it is turned up or down. Observe your supply registers and return vents for a few minutes to see if they blow air or if they pull air.

    Check to see if replacing the batteries fixes the problem if you have a digital thermostat. Batteries in digital thermostats should be replaced annually.

    When you have a thermostat that has a lever for adjusting the temperature, you have a mechanical thermostat. As they age, dust contributes to the malfunctioning of these thermostats.

    With a small brush or cloth, remove the thermostat cover and clean the inside.

    Check the wires for firmly connected mounting screws by removing the thermostat cover.

    If your thermostat does not work when the wires are connected, you should hire a professional. They will test each wire individually to determine which one is defective, after opening the thermostat. A certified HVAC technician should be contacted since messing with wires is hazardous.