Thanks to my buddy Gary Leff for teaching me this great trick: how to override your hotel room thermostat and set it as hot or cold as you like. I’m sure you’ve been in hotels where the lowest or hottest setting isn’t good enough for you. Well it turns out that hotels have these thermostat preset to save money—and this short video teaches you how to override those presets. I don’t condone abusing it, so only use it when you need it and be sure to change it back before walking out of your room each day.
Here’s how to override your wall thermometer, as explained in the video above:
- Hold down the “display” button
- While holding that button, press “off”
- Release off, continue to hold down display, and Press the “up” arrow button
- Release all buttons
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