mitchelludwig Posted June 20, 2009 Share Posted June 20, 2009 I have 3 thermostats in the house, all c4 tsats. I'm having an issue in one zone of the house because the builder put the thermostat in the wrong place. Basically, I have a zone that controls my kids rooms and an open loft. The kids rooms are freezing in the summer because by the time the loft (where the tstat is) gets to the right temp, the kids rooms are 2-3 degrees colder. I know I could probably goof around with the stats temp settings till I got them where they needed to be, I'd just rather do it right and stick a remote sensor in the kids rooms.So here are my questions- What does the remote sensor look like? Haven't been able to find a pic online.- What does it wire into? Is it wired into the tstat directly, or is it a c4 device on it's own, where programming is used to control the temp?- Has anyone used one, and what have been the results?Tx Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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