I've been wanting to get an electronic thermostat, but not a programable
one, since my work and life schedules vary too much for a programmable
one to be practical.
I know some of the cheaper ones (Lux) are really not electronic, they
are mechanical thermostats with a digital interface.
Today I noticed at Wal-Mart that they have an electronic thermostat by
Hunter (the people who make ceiling fans, I believe) of around 20 bucks,
that seems to meet my requirements (no programming, can set swing to 1
degree F). Does anyone know if this is truly an electronic thermostat,
and is it any good?
If it matters, my system is oil fired forced hot air (Sears), with air
conditioning added later (Carrier).
Thanks for your help.
Lake Wobegone, NH
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