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Does the replacement of a thermostat include replacing the housing?

Replacing the thermostat should not require replacing the housing. However, if the housing is damaged, it may need to be replaced. The thermostat replacement process will vary depending on the type and model of your thermostat. Consult your thermostat's manual for specific instructions. Generally, you will need to remove the old thermostat from the wall and disconnect the wires. Then, you will connect the wires to the new thermostat and mount it on the wall. Once the new thermostat is in place, you should test it to make sure it is

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