is my thermostat conventional or heat pump

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A conventional thermostat compares the sensed temperature of the space with a set point temperature and activates the climate control system to heat or cool the space to the desired set point temperature. Some heating systems may comprise a fuel-fired heating system, while others comprise a heat pump and an auxiliary heat system.

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