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  1. #14
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    Is he done yet.

    Is he doen now.

    Is he done now.

    Is done yet.

    Is he done yet.

    Is he doen now.

    Is he done now.

    Is done yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Is he done yet.

    Is he doen now.

    Is he done now.

    Is done yet.

    Is he done yet.

    Is he doen now.

    Is he done now.

    Is done yet.
    Yes, he is done. Good night!

  3. #16
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    And the probem was?????????????????????????????????????
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    dude what was it can't leave me hanging after i read the thread. he won't say cuz it wasn't the stat
    "The things you own end up owning you. "

    Tyler Durden

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    Talking Issue Resolved

    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Janowiak View Post
    Low humming sound, if only I could get my........ oh never mind .


    That tells us it has power, I bet it's the thermostat .

    Don't leave us hangin, please let us know what the problem is / was.
    Yes! It was the T Stat! The furnace was OK. The switches and the transformer were all right. The wiring was done correctly. The IAQ was not communicating to the T Stat upstairs. He went ahead and replaced both units just to be sure. He said it's rare for one of those Honeywell's to go bad but sometimes it happens. I thanked him and said 'glad it wasn't the York'! He was too and was off, headed to another call.

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    Yea, yea, yea.


    Glad he got it taken care of for you.
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    Ahhhhhh... a happy ending Now only if I could ge.........
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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by badboyheel View Post
    dude what was it can't leave me hanging after i read the thread. he won't say cuz it wasn't the stat
    Darn......I hate it when I'm right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Janowiak View Post
    Ahhhhhh... a happy ending Now only if I could ge.........
    Take a cold shower.
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    Quote Originally Posted by drumstorm View Post
    Darn......I hate it when I'm right.
    if he would have pushed the reset button, it would have started working again.
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Yea, yea, yea.


    Glad he got it taken care of for you.
    Me too. Nothin worse than a hot and cranky wife!

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    Quote Originally Posted by drumstorm View Post
    Me too. Nothin worse than a hot and cranky wife!
    The hot part is ok, its that cranky part you gotta watch out for.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ed Janowiak View Post
    If only I could get my wife to say that...... even once......

    Switch at the top of the stairs is on right?

    Try kicking the heater yet? Thats my "go to" move.
    Try a few more "Yes Dear(s)"; hec......who knows!

    For the record: Our switch at the top/bottom of the stairs controls only the entry level light at the bottom.

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