Thermostat setting?

I just got a new furnace, and looked at the instructions for my Honeywell programmable thermostat. I found that the settings are different for my new furnace which is a 92% AFUE unit. The instructions tell how to set some dip switches on the back of the unit for high efficiency and lower efficiency furnaces. I got this set up ok according the manual and everything seems to be working ok.
I was wondering what the difference is between the settings. Does any body know? It doesn't say in the manual what the difference is. Not a big important deal, but I was just curious.
Thanks, Bill Gill
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The dip switches control cycle timing of the heater. Modern time heat anticipator used to shut down the system early to prevent overheating the area.
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Stormy Weather wrote:

Could you amplify that a little? I'm not sure just what you are trying to say.
Thanks for the answer in any case.
Bill Gill
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