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Old 01-15-2018
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Default Honeywell Thermostat in water bay ( possible overheating )

Hi everyone,
Okay because temps have been close to freezing and under I have kept our honeywell thermostat on about 40. The wind here is terrible. Because of temps in 20s and below are forecast and wind is terrible again with winter weather advisory with sleet, snow and freezing rain I thought I would drain pure water hose and store. I have a full pure tank.
I noticed yesterday that the Honeywell thermostat was on 70 so I turned it down to about 38. I went to put away my hose and noticed the thermostat was almost on 90. I turned the thermostat down to the low heat setting.
It was on 85 when I went back to check on it.
I can't find a off switch ( concerned to turn it off with freezing temps but don't want any incidents either). Is there another place to turn this thing off can it be reset etc?
The only thing that I have done different is added the trickle charger to the battery for the generator ( because alternator is bad) The battery charger is plugged in at the battery compartment side bay under the bus.
Could this plug in be causing it to overheat somehow?
Why does this stuff not happen when the weather is nice?
Thanks in advance
Golec family ( Allen, Paris, & 2 beautiful girls)
Livingston, Texas http://abigailesstory.blogspot.com
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