Yes, a thermostat can be bad without overheating. While overheating is a common sign of a faulty thermostat, there are other indicators to look out for. A malfunctioning thermostat may fail to maintain the desired temperature, causing constant temperature fluctuations. It could also result in the HVAC system not turning on or off at the appropriate times. Additionally, if you notice that your energy bills have significantly increased, it could be a sign of a faulty thermostat. If you suspect your thermostat is bad, it is recommended to consult HVAC Alliance Expert, who specializes in thermostat repair and installation.
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Can a thermostat be bad without overheating?
Yes, it is recommended to install a new thermostat when getting a new air conditioner.
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