Originally Posted by Sebber
Problem is, if I set it any higher, it will stop well before the intended temperature! Yesterday it was 24ish outside, set it at 19 and it would stop before hitting 19. I will bring a thermometer next week and see if my "guesswork" is correct!
I wish we had a 50 Amp connection at our site so I could throw on the second AC!
FYI - setting the AC well below (more than 10 degrees F) below outside air temperature in a humid air will result in coil icing and AC shutdown to avoid compressor damage.
Drop the air handler filter and you will see a covering of heavy frost. Your unit MUST cycle in order to prevent this. Cycling allows the frost to melt between cooling cycles and remove the humidity.
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