Furnace Control Board, OEM

by Icm
(1 customer reviews)
Price: $84.71
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  • Microprocessor-based
  • Monitors limit switch, pressure switch and gas valve
  • Controls vent motor and blower control

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Great item, June 1, 2014

Honeywell RTH7600D Touchscreen 7-Day Programmable Thermostat

by Honeywell
(687 customer reviews)
List price: $99.99
Price: $79.99
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  • Seven-day programmable function provides convenient and precise temperature control
  • Equipped with filter change reminder and low battery indicator
  • Compatible with heating, cooling, and heat-pump systems

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Honeywell programmables are the Cadillac of tstats, January 11, 2009
Honeywell makes a very large line of programmable electronic thermostats. At first glance, this particular thermostat has nothing to distinguish it from any other programmable tstat from your local hardware store. (7-day programming, +/- 1 degree...

A very good thermostat, July 8, 2009
I had a new Bryant small packaged system installed and decided to replace my older White-Rogers digital thermostat with Honeywell RTH7600.Three days after the installation the thermostat is working fine. The numbers are large and clear,...

Great, ease to-use thermostat, February 1, 2009
I had bought this for use on my Carrier Heat Pump with Auxiliary heat. I had a hard time figuring out if it was compatible with this configuration but this is the unit you would want. It was only a couple of bucks more for the touchscreen so I went...

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