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Old 10-12-2012, 09:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Cectra View Post
Should I have it replaced now that the light went off anyway, as a preventative measure?
There's no need to replace electric thermostat as a preventative measure like the older more traditional mechanical thermostats. Do replace it if it is faulty now though, I was told that replacing the thermostat was the first step in trying to remove the error 2EF5, but it could also be a wiring fault.
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