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Thermostats: Setting up multiple thermostats in a 2story ...

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· Many homes today have multiple thermostats one upstairs and one downstairs. In this video, we will show you how to set both of your thermostats in your two...

furnace How to wire multiple thermostats Home ...

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The upstairs area of the house will in fact be overheated when you use this basement thermostat, but you may still consider the result to be an improvement over the current situation. Just remember to reset the basement thermostat to cooler temperature before you leave to go back upstairs or you will find yourself having to make the trip back down later.

My themostad TH8320WF1029 IS AT BASEMENT upstairs I have a ...

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· My themostad TH8320WF1029 IS AT BASEMENT upstairs I have a sensor. Contractor''s Assistant: Who makes your thermostat? How old is it? My problem is the themostad is not reading the thempature is not register at the themostad. Contractor''s Assistant: How long has this been going on with your thermostat?

air conditioning Upstairs bedrooms are too hot. Would ...

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· In the winter, you''d have the thermostat base its operation on the temp downstairs, and in the summer move the sensor upstairs. But this would just run the AC more. You''ll still have the problem of upstairs being much warmer, even if it''s 70 upstairs and 60 downstairs.

How do you transfer heat from downstairs to upstairs?

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To do this, you could either move your existing thermostat and wiring, or achieve a similar effect by getting a thermostat with a wireless remote temperature sensor. In the winter, you''d have the thermostat base its operation on the temp downstairs, …

Problems with two apartments sharing one heating source

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· When two apartments share the same heat source and only have one thermometer, someone is always unhappy. If the thermostat is upstairs, the downstairs people are too cold, and if the thermostat is downstairs, the upsatirs people have to open the windows, to keep from getting cooked although those roles can be reversed depending on the building insulation and …

Move Thermostat from Basement to Main Floor? | myREINspace ...

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· The thermostat in a triplex I purchased in Orillia is located in the basement for some reason. The property is heated with a forced air gas furnace. Interestingly, soon after sealing the basement (after the purchase) so it is heated more efficiently, one of the tenants from the main floor complained it is too cold in her apartment.

Help me understand the potential of a smart thermostat in ...

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I have an upstairs where the old nonsmart controllable thermostat is, which activates heat/cool with the only sensor in the hallway of my basement. The problem is that since my basement is so cold in general, the heat has been running more frequently (I have two bedrooms and a bathroom in the basement with no sensors in there).

How can I have the thermostat upstairs associated to the ...

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Honeywell preset thermostat is upstairs. ... This rental basement suite was added after the house was built. Just thought there might be some kind of temperature sensor that could somehow let me know the temperature in the basement. Is there such a …

Want to control thermostat from basement DoItYourself ...

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· I have also found a nonwifi thermostat system (Venstar T1800 with T1119RF AddAThermostat) that does exactly what I want, but it doesn''t have wifi remote control. Basically, I could install the T1800 where the current thermostat is, and install the T1119 in the basement. Whichever thermostat is adjusted last controls the entire system.

Two Thermostats Fine Homebuilding

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· Hi everyone. I have a question regarding the addition of a second thermostat in our home. I live in a 1800sqft split level with a high efficiency forced air furnace. The main thermostat is located in the basement (unconventional, I know, but we use it often). So I leave the thermostat set at 64, which in turn makes the first level 66 and then the second level 68, …

Is The Thermostat In The Basement Why It''s So Cold Upstairs?

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· We went upstairs and it was about 40 degrees Fahrenheit! Outdoors was about 30 degrees so something was up! And I got the question: "Is the thermostat in the basement why it''s so cold upstairs?" My immediate response was that …

In a two story house, should the upstairs and downstairs ...

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Answer (1 of 8): It will vary by house, ceiling height, construction. And, it will depend on whether or not, you are cooling or heating the upstairs… If I desire a downstairs temp of 70, in summer, and, winter. Keep your downstairs thermostat on 70:) The upstairs, with A/C, cool air will find...

How To Make The Most Of Your ecobee Remote Sensors

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· I keep the ecobee thermostat sensor active for the Home and Away comfort profiles. ... I want to use the remote sensor in the basement pump room which can get really cold in the winter with the rest of the house being ok. ... I want to get new thermostats with sensors upstairs in bedrooms.

Downstairs Warmer Than Upstairs Basement Issues and Problems

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The thermostat got installed in the wrong place – If your thermostat is located in the basement or at the top of the stairs leading up from the basement, then that could be triggering the thermostat to shut off the furnace before the upstairs has had time to warm up completely.

Why is my house colder upstairs than downstairs?

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To do this, you could either move your existing thermostat and wiring, or achieve a similar effect by getting a thermostat with a wireless remote temperature sensor. In the winter, you''d have the thermostat base its operation on the temp downstairs, …

Upstairs much colder than downstairs in winter | DIY Home ...

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· 2) Either move our existing (programmable) thermostat upstairs which I suspect would be difficult so I''m not holding my breath on that one, and I don''t think it''s possible to somewhat connect an external temperature sensor to the thermostat we have now or buy a thermostat with additional sensors, such as the Ecobee4, and stick a sensor in our bedroom …

Hot Upstairs, Cold Downstairs? We have the solution ...

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· The thermostat that I have chosen, is a Honeywell thermostat. The thermostat that I chose is the Prestige IAQ Comfort System. This thermostat not only reads the temperature, but it also has several addons that make it really nice. The first convenience item that I would like to mention is the outdoor wireless sensor.

How to wire multiple thermostats – iTecTec

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The upstairs area of the house will in fact be overheated when you use this basement thermostat, but you may still consider the result to be an improvement over the current situation. Just remember to reset the basement thermostat to cooler temperature before you leave to go back upstairs or you will find yourself having to make the trip back down later.

Thermostat Controller Issue, maybe PEBCAK not sure Apps ...

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· I though that hey I have a few temperature sensors on the main level and can just have the thermostat controller reference those. We have had some cold weather and the AC has not been used yet, just the heat. I was not having an issue with the heat kicking on when it was suppose to based on average upstairs sensor.

Upstairs bedrooms are too hot. Would like to put in ...

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In the winter, you''d have the thermostat base its operation on the temp downstairs, and in the summer move the sensor upstairs. But this would just run the AC more. You''ll still have the problem of upstairs being much warmer, even if it''s 70 upstairs and 60 downstairs.

How do you sync the target temp on 2 thermostats ...

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· I have 2 thermostats, one upstairs (ecobee) and one downstairs (trane zwave). The thermostat downstairs is not actually connected in anyway to my hvac system. Id like to just use it to control the Ecobee upstairs but both thermostats need to match modes and set temperatures. Currently I have a working automation that is able to update either thermostat’s …

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