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Old 02-21-2024, 05:24 PM   #1
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Thermostat 2018 Redhawk 25R

Can someone please explain to me how to turn on the furnace or your air conditioner when the thermostat is inaccessible when the slide is in??? Is there a solution to this??
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Remember how it works, reach in there, flip the switch

All the way to right is heat
All the way left is AC

Easy peasy
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Old 02-21-2024, 06:09 PM   #3
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Remember how it works, reach in there, flip the switch

All the way to right is heat
All the way left is AC

Easy peasy
������ well actually I thought about taking a picture of it so I could do it blindly. I thought maybe someone was smart enough to make a remote for it. I guess that is the way they designed it.....�� I was hoping there would be another answer like one that would make sense.������
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I have the same rig as you. I replaced the analog thermostat for a digital one and then, as you said, took a picture of it and stuck it inside the cabinet right next to it.
I no longer really need to use the pic, as Stavman said, I just now know what switches I need to toggle.
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Move it
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Thank you RPR if I knew how to do that I would. I just think what a terrible design. I will take a picture of it and go from there. Thank you
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Thank you Jay the DJ. I will go with the picture and go from there. I wonder who came up with that idea��
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Thank you RPR if I knew how to do that I would. I just think what a terrible design. I will take a picture of it and go from there. Thank you
Moving it *might* not to be too hard. First, I'd find the manual for it via a Google search. The pop the cover off and remove the screws holding it to the wall. Carefully give the wires a tug to see if there's any freedom in moving it.

They might be snug and you wouldn't be able to move it much sideways.
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Thank you for the info pconroy. I could try it. That doesn't seem to complicated. Thank you.
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