I am used to a gas furnace for my heating, so that may be why I think something is not right.
We just purchased a home that has a heat pump (no gas!). We have our thermostat set at 68....The thing kicks on sometimes, even when it is sitting at 68 in the room which is what we set it to...but when this happens, it doesnt put out any hot air, but not cold air either. When it falls below 68, it kicks on, and the auxilary heat kicks in, which is warm air to get it back to 68.
My question is, when we hvae it set to 68, and the temp shows 68 in the room the termostat is on, with a heat pump, is it supose to put out not hot nor cold air, but an in between? If so, does it do this to keep the temp at 68 in the room?
The only time that actually hot air comes out is when the auxilary is kicked on. Thanks Alot!