Yes it's me again having problems again with my new a/c.
Just a quick reminder. Had a 3 ton a/c and replaced it with a 3 1/2 ton and had all new duct work done too. We have finally gotten the new system to reach the desired temp.we have the tstat set for. However with our old system we were very cool and comfortable at 78 where as with our new one we are still hot at 75-76. I am in Northern CA where we have very low humidity. I couldn't figure out why were were so warm until my oldest son asked why the house was so humid...then it dawned on me that was the problem.
At first I had the tstat set for a 2 degree differential then changed it to 1 as we were really warm as the house heated up. System runs for 20 minutes on and 20 minutes off since about 2:45 this pm...that is when the house got warm enough to turn the system on.It has only been in the high 80's here. However when I had the 2 degree differential it was still humid in here.
Needless to say we will again have someone come out for this. I would like some advice on what can be done to control this humidity though, so I am somewhat informed when I speak to the a/c guys.