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Model # T87K-1007

Internet # 202264709

Store SKU # 979540

Round 3-Wire Thermostat

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Model # T87K-1007

Internet # 202264709

Store SKU # 979540

The Honeywell Round 3-Wire Thermostat has mechanical operation in a traditional circular housing. It offers indoor climate control. It is non-programmable, easy-to-use and a reliable thermostat.

  • Non-programmable, mechanical operation
  • Traditional, easy-to-use dial
  • Reliable temperature control
  • 3-wire connection

SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
Product Height (in.) 
3.25 
Product Width (in.) 
4.625 
Details
Color Family 
Whites 
Control Type 
Dial 
Number of HVAC Zones 
Operation Type 
Mechanical 
Returnable 
90-Day 
Shape 
Circular 
Thermostat Features 
No Additional Features 
Thermostat Type 
Heat Only 
Voltage (volts) 
20/30 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
No Certifications or Listings 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
5 YEAR LIMITED 

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Thermostat Type: Heat Only
Brand: Honeywell
Price: $40 - $50
Operation Type: Mechanical
Thermostat Features: No Additional Features
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What are the three colors for the wires

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Other users reported red white and yellow wires.
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I have 2 of these and room temperature will read 59 and not call for heat when set temperature is 72 1 is a year old .??

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Obviously the thermostat could be broken. But this is not likely. This thermostat is nothing but a low voltage switch and is pretty proven technology. I would start by removing the thermostat and jumping it out. Basically closing the circuit to artificially create a heat call. It the system runs you know the problem was in the thermostat. If not you need to isolate the different components in the cascade Read More
Obviously the thermostat could be broken. But this is not likely. This thermostat is nothing but a low voltage switch and is pretty proven technology. I would start by removing the thermostat and jumping it out. Basically closing the circuit to artificially create a heat call. It the system runs you know the problem was in the thermostat. If not you need to isolate the different components in the cascade of operation to find out what is not working. Your problem could lie elsewhere. For example i had a similar problem with my boiler that has an out door reset sensor. I was getting no heat and had all sorts of ideas as to what was happening. After a lot of frustration I found out the sensor was bad and the boiler thought it was 80F out side even though it was 30F The system was trying to keep me from wasting energy because it thought the call for heat would be satisfied by the outside temp if it just waited. My point is the culprit is not always close to the symptom. Feel free to call me if you have more questions. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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will this work for a hydronic(boiler) heating system?

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It should work just fine.
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My furnace blower does not turn off .It maintains heat though is this the thermostat

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I can't tell you that definitively from the info provided. I would test that theory by unhooking the thermostat and seeing if it shuts off. There are many types of furnaces and many ways to wire them. So to offer more advice i would need more info. you are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301
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