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    Does anyone know

    Quote Originally Posted by skippedover View Post
    ......If you set the master bedroom for 72F and are quite comfy there but want it to read 70F instead of 72F, then tell the tech you'd like to have a 2F offset downward. Same for all the other rooms/zones.
    Does anyone know the procedure for adjusting the offset? I did it myself on an Amana unit that I owned a few years ago. I'd like to do it rather than call a maintenance person out for something that simple. I have the installation manual which shows the set-up and programming; however, I read it from cover to cover and could not find a reference to the offset adjustment (on the main Infinity thermostat). I need an adjustment because the temperature being sensed is incorrect (too high by 2 degrees). Thanks for any assistance.

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    It's on page 8.

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    ruralvoice, you are not allowed to post in other peoples threads. Please read site rules, thank you.

    I made this its own thread.
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    Thanks very much. I missed that. Next time I'll make sure its a new thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacrmedic View Post
    It's on page 8.
    Thank for the answer. I see it now (must have been blind before), and have implemented the necessary offset.

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