Recently we spent a chilly night until the service man came and replaced a thermostat in our 14 month old Climatemaster Heat Pump system.
The thermostat was covered under Climatemaster's warranty, but the service call was not. So we're paying $105 (includes $25 travel charge) without complaining. (I did feel like the service call should have been covered, since this company installed the unit, but that's that.)
But we're a little concerned about a thermostat that fails that quickly. Maybe just a one-time thing, and the service tech did comment that he doesn't see this problem very often, but we're hoping we don't start running into nickel-dime problems.
I'm interested in any comments, and I appreciate the generosity of those who take their time to help. Thanks!