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You’ve just bought your first digital programmable thermostat and programmed the thermostat according to your family’s schedules. Everything is now set to ensure comfortable temperatures for everyone when at home. But now you wonder what you do if you or anyone in your family need to break the pattern for a day or two. Do you have to do the programming over again? Not really if you have a ‘Hold’ button on your thermostat. The hold button on a programmable thermostat is for putting the thermostat in “hold” mode to make temporary changes to the programmed schedules. It is as easy as pressing a button. When you want to change back to the scheduled program, you just press another button to activate the “Run” mode again. In this article, we’ll briefly have a look at the main difference between a “traditional” and a digital programmable thermostat to clearly understand the…