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  1. #1
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    Has anyone had any experience with the Braeburn 3200 thermostat? Thanks...limey

  2. #2
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    I used them a couple years ago but found if you experieince power loss the temp. settings default to "not so desireable" settings and I
    had a couple of customers complain about this.
    I was told by my distributor that this problem was
    solved last year. My main reason I quit using them was failure rate. Mainly relays on stat not passing 24v where it needed to go for the system to work properly. You can get a much better stat for less money.
    Other than these problems they are Great! LOL













  3. #3
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    why dont you ask payson about them. i hear he has the inside scoop on them

  4. #4
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    had the supply house give me 3 H/P versions, gave 2 away to other instructors. we installed them and all three failed within 1 month. ENOUGH FOR ME!!!!!!!!!

  5. #5
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    Thanks for the input on the Braeburn, no better opinions than those who work with this equipment on a daily basis. Whats would be a descent stat to put on the Rheem Mod until the "new" WR stat is available? Unless I go with the Rheem Mod stat, I believe made by Protech, I guess I would need a two stage stat to somewhat take advantage of the furnace capabilities. Any recomendations on a good two stage (model #?) Thanks...limey

  6. #6
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    Honeywell Vision Pro 8000!!!!!!!!! My favorite.

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