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    Hmm HVAC student help please

    Hey my name is joe and im an hvac student in minnesota. I need help confimirming a symbol for an adjustable thermostat.
    thanks for any help.
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    Google hvac symbols..... thermostat with heat anticipator

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    Normally Open, closes on decrease in temperature is what it looks like to me.
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    T87 w/heat anticipator

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jat0328 View Post
    Hey my name is joe and im an hvac student in minnesota. I need help confimirming a symbol for an adjustable thermostat.
    thanks for any help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by pecmsg View Post
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    The funny part is by the time he gets out of school & into the field, the odds of seeing a mercury or bimetal thermostat with adjustable heat anticipator are pretty slim. Better off teaching them digital thermostat navigation, lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedrash View Post
    The funny part is by the time he gets out of school & into the field, the odds of seeing a mercury or bimetal thermostat with adjustable heat anticipator are pretty slim. Better off teaching them digital thermostat navigation, lol

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    I see them all the time. I usually just replace them when I can it's an easy couple of dollars and customers appreciate the extra features.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sooty View Post
    I see them all the time. I usually just replace them when I can it's an easy couple of dollars and customers appreciate the extra features.
    That's what I mean.... we're all changing them out, lol.

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    hans you would have a field day in Maine we still have thousands of bi-metal thermostats and a bunch of mercury thermostats as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pctech View Post
    hans you would have a field day in Maine we still have thousands of bi-metal thermostats and a bunch of mercury thermostats as well.
    Not to mention great "lobbstah"

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    Quote Originally Posted by hedrash View Post
    The funny part is by the time he gets out of school & into the field, the odds of seeing a mercury or bimetal thermostat with adjustable heat anticipator are pretty slim. Better off teaching them digital thermostat navigation, lol

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    I agree. Why are they teaching obsolete things.

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