Rite Temp

Model GPMG8010

Internet #100039775

Store SKU #460822

Non-programmable Thermostat

$29.97 /each

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Product Overview

The RiteTemp Non-programmable Thermostat is compatible with a range of 24 volt systems and has a simple lever control for temperature setting. It is a universal replacement thermostat and comes with hardware and easy installation instructions.

  • Non-programmable
  • Simple to use 1-touch temperature-control lever
  • Universal replacement thermostat for standard heating and cooling (millivolt to 24 volt), 2- or 3-wire boilers, heat pumps with auxiliary heat and 2-stage heating systems
  • Simple operation
  • Can be mounted in any position
  • Wall-mounting hardware, trim plate and installation and operation instructions included
  • Environmentally Safe, Works Without Mercury.
  • How to choose the right thermostat for your home

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Rated 2.5 out of 5 by 2 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Back to the drawing board 3M. This would be a great basic function non-programmable thermostat if it wasn't so danged difficult to set the room temperature where it turns on/off. The temperature adjustment lever is attached to a small rotary potentiometer (think volume control on a radio) that's doesn't need much movement to make a change in the setting. Since the lever only has to be moved a tiny bit to make an adjustment, the temperature markings on the housing are not graduated enough give you an accurate idea of what the temperature is that you've set it at between the numbers... 71?, 75? 78?. It's like trying to set the time on a analog clock where there is no dots between the numbers on the face to mark each minute. So if you wanted to set the minute hand at 22 minutes after the hour, you have to make a guesstimate on the distance between the numbers 4 and 5 where you place the minute hand to hopefully indicate 22 minutes. It's the same type of problem on this thermostat. Coupled with a room temp thermometer on the unit that's equally inaccurate, and it's anyone's guess what the room temperature really is and what you need to set the temperature lever at to get the temperature you want your house/room to be at. With today's high utility costs, I really don't want to be running the heater/air conditioner longer than what I need due to an inaccurate thermostat. I ended up returning the unit for a different make non-programmable thermostat that is easier to read and adjust with it's round shape, and looks to be more accurate as well. February 7, 2011
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