I live in an apartment with a hot-water heater. I have no heat, but everyone else in the building does. The first day I discovered my heat wasn't working, the stench of frayed wires was in the air. Several people I've talked to said the problem sounds like the thermostat. But how do I find out? I don't want to buy one and install it in vain, but I'm also tired of living in a place that averages 50 degrees in the winter.
The thermostat in question is a very basic Honeywell thermostat with an analog temperature control and thermometer, nothing more. Perhaps model T87F?
I would tell my landlord, but he doesn't pay for anything that goes wrong anyway. Besides, I go DIY whenever I can, but I can't find any info about testing a thermostat with this kind of heating system. Any help is GREATLY appreciated, and may the God(s) or lack thereof of your choice bless you for your assistance!10 AnswersReligion & Spirituality1 decade ago
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