When a user sets a Hold, the thermostat must ignore the program and set the temperature according to the Hold setting. In other words, if your thermostat is in Hold, it's locked in the temperature it's currently at until you change it again. A Hold can be permanent or temporary, depending on which version the user sets it to. After the hold lifts, the thermostat will resume its scheduled programming.
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