I forgot to add that, in more direct response to the OP's question, that the
hysteresis (temperature difference required to switch the HVAC unit from off
to on, and back to off) is created by the temperature characteristics of the
bimetal spring, the weight of the mercury ball (both unchangeable by the
user), and modified by the anticipator resistor.
Men never read instructions. Nor ask travel
directions. It's part of the male code. We
can also pretty much always find a place to
go potty, even if it's behind second base in
a crowded baseball theatre. No guy will ever
comment on another guy who is.... no comment.
When I was doing AC installs, we'd jump R to W
with AC ammeter, and then use that figure to set
the slider in the old style round stat.
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