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Why does our central heating braemar come up asking to reset once it reaches temp

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may i asked what kind of thermostat you are using? is it a digital or a mechanical one.
it could be out of calibration..
try experimenting with it...
right now if your setting is 75 F and its cutting at 78F then try to lower the setting to 73 F and it might cut off at 75 F then you would know that you have a bad thermostat or a theremostat with a little bit off in calibration...

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is it just the instruments that are acting up? if so thats probably a bad connection somewhere that, when in a certain temperature zone, say from 90 degrees to 130 for example, doesnt have enough current but when heated, regains the current. but if you mean "auto box malfunctions" as in your automatic transmission does not work, then its time to have some pros take a look at it.

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