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Problem: My Thermostat display is blank..... Mr. S

Possible Solution: Typically batteries should be changed each year. Change the battery(s) and see if the problem is not solved.


Problem: The air flowing from my duct registers has become very weak and my house doesn't seem to be cooling as well, in the past few months.... Mr. H

Possible Solution: Check your air filter.  It may be time for it to be changed.  When a filter becomes too dirty, it has a tendency to diminish air flow.  See if a new filter solves the problem.  

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