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December 24, 8:26 AM [GMT -5]

Any ideas on how big a differential to keep between night and daytime temps.
I currently have my thermostat at 68 during the day and 55 at night. What might be more efficient? Keeping a smaller differential so the furnace doesn't have to work catching up in the mornings?

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