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    If you use multiple indoor remote sensors, it will average the temp, and keep the areas alittle more even.

    Got to know where to place the sensors to get the best use with multiple remotes.

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  2. #15
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    Originally posted by beenthere
    If you use multiple indoor remote sensors, it will average the temp, and keep the areas alittle more even.

    Got to know where to place the sensors to get the best use with multiple remotes.

    So, VP 8320 (or 8321) with 2 or 3 extra indoor sensors will be a good solution?
    Anyway, better than I had (RiteTemp 1 stage) and better than I have now (RTH8500D)?


    THX

    [Edited by nea on 11-19-2005 at 01:10 PM]

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