Bryant Builders Thermostat
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    Bryant Builders Thermostat

    I want to change my existing Bryan builders model thermostat with a programmable thermostat. I can't seem to get cover off of the Bryant thermostat. I am sure that it is simple but I thought it would just snap on. Any suggestions on how to get the cover off?

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    call a hvac pro you will be glad you did

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    If you're having problems already, call your installing company and have them sell you and install a new t-stat.

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    I have installed programmable thermostats before without any problems. I am sure that I can figure it out. I have no problem paying for professional service but when I can I do things on my own. It seems the only answer I get is call an HVAC person. Thanks anyway.

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    If you are going to replace it anyways just give it a good yank
    They are cheap stats so you wont lose much if it breaks
    Also try pulling from the bottom up.
    and remember
    TURN THE POWER OFF
    Good luck
    I remember my first day,It was fun!

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    Quote Originally Posted by scottsacavsfan View Post
    If you are going to replace it anyways just give it a good yank
    They are cheap stats so you wont lose much if it breaks
    Also try pulling from the bottom up.
    and remember
    TURN THE POWER OFF
    Good luck
    Thanks, Scott, That is what I thought was to give it a good yank on the cover. I kind of figured it was cheap when I found it on-line and it was called 'builder's model'. Anything with a name like that means cheap. By the way I am a 'safety nut' and always make sure I disconnect any power. Thanks again.

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